How To Spot a Cheater

Would You Like to Know How to Spot a Cheater? Factors that lead to infidelity have been uncovered by new research, which is the very first research on how psychological responses are related to infidelity

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What Makes You Attractive?

We May Now Know What Makes You Attractive! Ever wonder what makes you attractive? Researchers wonder too. Dr. René Proyer from the Institute of Psychology at MLU claims that his recent research has uncovered

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The Generative Conversation

The Anatol Rapaport Intervention is a Generative Conversation I thought it might be a good idea to talk more about Generative Conversations, and in particular, the Anatol Rapaport Intervention in Gottman

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The Zeigarnik Effect

What is the Zeigarnik Effect? The “Zeigarnik Effect” is a phenomenon of memory that describes how uncompleted tasks are not easily forgotten. Soviet psychologist Bluma Zeigarnik first became

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How to Spot a Lie

The Neuro-Science of Lying Would you like to know how to spot a lie? A recent meta-study of 60 independent research studies on deception by Dr. R. Edward Geiselman and his team have uncovered a classic

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Medical Marriages

What are Medical Marriages? Medical marriages happen when a doctor marries another physician or healthcare practitioner. In the era of Ben Casey and Dr. Kildaire (about a half century ago), medical marriages

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Five Best Ways to Improve Your Marriage

Five Best Ways to Improve Your Marriage The five best ways to improve your relationship have been discovered by a 2017 literature review of 35 different psychological studies on over 12,000 people.  Meta-analysis

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18 Ways You Cope if You Were Abused as a Child

If you were abused as a child, you may have Developmental Trauma. Here are 18 behaviors you may engage in that your partner might find puzzling, annoying, or downright strange. If you or your spouse

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Gray Divorce

What is Gray Divorce? Gray divorce is how couples therapists describe the abrupt increase in divorce among couples 50 years old and older. Typically these couples are tossing in the towel after 20 years

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What Does Successful Couples Therapy Look Like?

Successful Couples Therapy is Preventative Successful couples therapy is not just about fixing problems, although that is how it is most commonly understood. Science-based couples therapy can help you

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