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A TED Talk we recommend – 3 ways to build a happy marriage and avoid divorce.

Choosing to marry and share your life with someone is one of the most important decisions you can make in life. But with divorce rates approaching fifty percent in some parts of the world, it’s clear we could use some help picking a partner. In an actionable, eye-opening talk, psychiatrist George Blair-West shares three keys …

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Are You Emotionally Abusive? By Steven Stosnsy, Ph.D.

Are you emotionally abusive? It can happen to anyone. It can happen to anyone. That’s right; anyone can become emotionally abusive in an intimate relationship. The path to emotional abuse begins at the point where resentment starts to outweigh compassion. Resentment is a predominant emotional state in our age of entitlement. Because we perceive ourselves to have …

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What Can I Do If My Partner Won’t Go To Couples Therapy? By Winifred M Reilly, M.A., MFT

There’s no getting around it. Your marriage is in trouble and it’s time to get help. Yet, despite all the good reasons you offered and how nicely you asked, your spouse is dead set against therapy and is unwilling to budge. Maybe you’ve tried therapy before and it was so useless or awful that he …

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This Is The Most Common Of The 5 Love Languages, And the least common, if you’re curious. By Kelsey Borresen

Do you feel most loved when your partner leaves you a sweet note on the nightstand, says you look smokin’ hot in those jeans or gives you a pep talk before a big presentation at work? If so, your primary “love language” is probably words of affirmation ― and you’re in good company.   Gary Chapman, an …

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