Have you ever wondered whether what you and your partner argue about is normal? Findings from several research studies give you a glimpse into what other couples fight about.
What you don’t know about relationships may be holding your relationship back. There’s lots of “relationship common sense” out there that isn’t necessarily accurate.
Your mom would talk to you everyday if she could. What you didn’t know is that hearing your mom’s voice benefits you too. When life gets tough, you need to call (not text) mom.
It’s hard to know if you’re in a good relationship. Are doubts natural or a red flag? Learn to identify relationship imposter syndrome and combat it using 4 important insights.
In your relationship it’s all too easy to notice the imperfections. But neglecting to give the good parts credit is a major blind spot that can undermine a strong relationship.
Cheating is the ultimate betrayal. Why would anyone do it? Research has identified 8 key motivations. Importantly, why people cheat impacts their affairs and their relationship.
What if there was a genetic marker for having strong relationships? New research explores the link between genes, trust, forgiveness, and marital satisfaction.
What does your relationship’s future hold? It’s hard to know, there’s a lot to consider. Thankfully research has explored the most common reasons to stay and to go.
Everyone deserves a great relationship, not just any relationship. It’s easy to know what you want, but much more difficult to know what you have. Relationship science can help.
No one wants to settle, so what’s the solution? It’s not what you think. Demanding “only the best” can backfire and result in losing the great relationship that you had all along.