All posts by Daniel Dashnaw

The 31% of Fights Happy Couples Tend to Focus on Most

What Kind of Arguing Do Happy Couples Tend Focus on Most? Dr. John Gottman’s 30+ years of research has consistently focused on what happy couples do differently than couples who unhappily struggle.

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The Phubbing Meme, FOMO, and the Merits of Indistractability in Marriage

The Phubbing Meme and FOMO…How Tech is Displacing Mindfulness The Phubbing meme is attracting increased attention from couples therapy researchers. According to Wikipedia, a meme is an idea, behavior,

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An Explanation for Our High Second Marriage Failure Rate from Neuroscience

Why Do We have a Such a High Second Marriage Failure Rate? Controversial new neuroscience data suggests that our high second marriage failure rate may lie in habitual responses established in childhood

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The Neuroscience of Perpetual Marital Problems

Personal Priorities, Preferences, and Perpetual Marital Problems One of the outstanding contributions of neuroscience and Gottman’s research is the notion of “perpetual” vs.”solvable

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9 Essential Pathways to Rebuilding Trust With Your Betrayed Spouse

How to Rebuild Trust With Your Betrayed Spouse When you make the difficult decision to stay together after an infidelity, it often seems that your betrayed spouse will never recover. Sometimes they will

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The Surprising Reason Why Online Dating is Improving Marriage

The Growth of Online Dating Online dating is only the most recent iteration of technology-assisted romance. The relationship between technology and dating goes way back to 1959 when two students at Stanford

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5 Key Secrets to Marriage Longevity That You Probably Didn’t Know

Marriage Longevity…The Science of Living Longer Together The science is in. Marriage longevity is real. Numerous studies conclude that a healthy marriage protects your physical and mental health

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Generalized Anxiety Disorders and Relationships

How Generalized Anxiety Disorder Impacts Relationships. The challenge with Generalized Anxiety Disorders and relationships is that deep anxiety is one of the most prevalent mental health problems affecting

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