Trust issues are our mind’s way of protecting ourselves. After all, if you don’t allow yourself to be “fooled,” then you can’t get hurt…right?
The concept of “enough” means something different to everyone—and often we feel like we can’t measure up. Here’s our take on how to be enough for someone.
Before you can be in love, you need to learn to fall in love…with yourself.
My life was pretty much a whirlwind of one long-term relationship after another…until now. Here’s why I’m rethinking my relationship with serial monogamy.
Ready to reinvent yourself in the bedroom? Sex educator Niki Davis-Fainbloom shares five ways you can start today and boost your sexual confidence.
Keepler’s in-house dating coach Melissa Klein gives helpful advice on the laws of attraction and going beyond skin deep when finding a partner.
I used to be a sexual chameleon. Now I’m a sex educator who helps others figure out what they truly want.
Wondering how to stop a pattern of self-abandonment in your relationships? Keep reading for tips on reclaiming the “you” in “we.”
Take a deep dive into your values and learn more about how doing this work can lead to a more satisfying dating life.
Famous couples are twice as likely to get divorced as non-famous folks—giving them all the more reason to put in the extra effort to grow with their partners.
Mindful relationships start with learning how to stay present in everyday life. This Keepler reflection guide is designed to help you learn how to not only access the present moment, but to experience it without judgment.
Should you stay with someone who looks great but doesn’t meet your emotional needs?