New research finds that rituals may help reveal your relationship’s fate: Is Your Relationship Headed for Marriage?
To the borderline, everyone is either a saint or a devil: The Emotional Toll of Living With a Borderline Individual
Routines, even boring ones, actually bring you peace of mind: The Importance of Simple Routines and Solid Connections
Unemployed in lockdown and relying on their partners for support, the problems go far beyond just wondering how to pay their bills: They Lost Their Jobs to COVID. Will Their Relationships Be Next?
The dangers of comparison: 12 Ways Social Media Affects Relationships, From Research & Experts
Like an annual physical, maybe it’s time to get a check-up on your relationship: 9 Questions to Assess the Health of Your Relationship
Knowing if residential therapy is right for your teen and finding quality care: What Parents Can Learn From the Paris Hilton Documentary
In this one minute happiness tip, learn 5 things to STOP doing so you can START being happier! How many of these habits do you need to change so you live your best life?
Over the years I have shared hundreds, maybe thousands of ‘pattern interrupts’ (thoughts) from this beautiful thinker! Search her up…
It’s the secret to high-performing teams — and strong marriages: The Ideal Praise-to-Criticism Ratio
“What you need to know when a third person is added to your relationship: Have You Been the Victim of Narcissistic Triangulation?“
btw, if this article resonates with you, reference the Karpman Drama Triangle as well.
Research shows it’s not what you might think: A Relationship Secret of the Happiest Couples: New Research
There are many ways to show love. Figuring out how to love someone close to you is a process and one that is worth the time and effort: How to Love Someone in the Way They Need
And 10 U-turns that can heal them: 10 ‘Lizard Brain’ Actions That Poison Intimate Relationships
Relationship characteristics rather than individual traits predict satisfaction: The Strongest Predictors of Romantic Relationship Quality
A safe context in which we grow: Marriage as a Therapeutic Alliance
How to have a strong self and a strong relationship without losing either: Ten Steps to Having Both a Relationship and a Self
Why we are so misguided in blaming our partners when we fall out of love: The Silent Killer of Loving Relationships
Good stuff in here: “Since we all are under lockdown, we are spending a lot of time with our spouse. This can be a welcome change for some but for some it can be quite stressful too”: How to Maintain a Healthy Relationship with your Spouse During Coronavirus Lockdown