Communications expert Frederik Imbo gives two strategies that have helped him drop the blame and pain.

This week, psychologist Guy Winch addresses relationship red flags — and gives you revealing questions that you need to consider if you’re having doubts about your partner.

Sharing your complaints can bring you and your friends closer together — but it has some dangerous side effects. Psychologist Guy Winch tells one reader how to break out of this way of relating.

Often the best and easiest way to improve your own sense of well-being and meaningfulness is to switch your lens: Concentrate less on yourself and more on being connected with others, says philosopher and psychology researcher Frank Martela. Identify the people who give you vitality, strength and love, and spend time with them.

We all have an inner advice monster — that oh-so-clever of us part of us which has the answer to everything. But it could be getting in the way of connection. Here’s how to muzzle it, says coach and author Michael Bungay Stanier.

Becoming aware of the thoughts that we have after we get angry can help us react to difficult situations in healthier ways, says psychology researcher Ryan Martin.

In this installment of “Dear Guy,” TED’s advice column from psychologist Guy Winch, he suggests how a reader can start to heal from heartbreak while in quarantine.