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Are all the couples happy in their marriage? Does it take a miracle to survive a troubled marriage? Does happiness depend on material comforts or real love? Why do couples separate at the slightest quarrel? These questions reflect the plight of the human society today. Couples can lead a happy life together if they follow certain principles like purity, patience and perseverance.
Published by deepa venkitesh 73 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +7 votes | 5 comments
There is more than one way to impart information. Knowing the right way to tell someone an uncomfortable truth can help him or her accept what you have said without getting angry with you, or feeling upset and hurt. Delivering the truth tactfully is possible if you word sentences with care and understanding.
Published by B W1 73 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +6 votes | 1 comments
Nice people are great, as their niceness helps make life positive, and their pleasantness can be contagious. However, sometimes bad things happen to nice people. Their kindness may not be well received, or may be thrown back in their face. At times, being nice does not pay. However, it is intention that holds the power behind how used and abused, a nice person does, or does not feel when their actions are not reciprocated.
Published by B W1 73 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Fear of abandonment is a common problem, and it may enter your adult relationships if you are not careful. Understanding where this fear comes from, and how it could relate to you personally, may help you tackle ongoing relationship difficulties you are experiencing. It can also help you understand other people better, so you can relate to them more efficiently.
Published by B W1 73 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +6 votes | 0 comments
Even if you think you are an honest person, it is likely that you are guilty of at least one or two out of the seven most common lies described here. Sometimes lying is for someone else's benefit, but at other times, it's at their expense. The seven lies people tell most often could be either depending on the circumstances in which they are used, but whether any are really morally correct is debatable.
Published by B W1 73 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +10 votes | 5 comments
Even if you consider yourself an honest person, there are bound to be at least one or two out of the seven common lies people tell you are guilty of. Most people tell lies, are you one of them?
Published by B W1 235 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
In many instances, couples do undergo some defining moments in their relationships which if explained to others, they may sound scandalous. This is what is termed as couple burn-out in proper terms. But having a brighter way of solving them is what matters the most. In remedying the problem, I draw attention to what one is bound to be experiencing and do give the possible ways on how to go about the complications.
Published by Robert Kimani 74 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Communication is very vital in all types of relationship such as parent and child relationship, employer and employee, seller and customers, boyfriend and girlfriend, teachers and students, husband and wife and so on. The way you communicate and deliver your message whether verbal or through your actions can either make you or break you.
Published by Marky Chavez 76 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Monday Nights at The Odyssey Theater with Dr Pat Allen: An evening for singles and couples to laugh and learn how to avoid bad relationships, how to keep good relationships together, discover how the masculine and feminine roles affect the dynamics of a relationship and to stop doing a slam dance with your mate and learn how to waltz instead.
Published by Lauren Kattuah 77 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
A couple should only decide they are ready to have children after taking into account all of these things.
Published by Rowan Casey 78 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
How does a woman impress a man? This is a fairly easy question to answer, but there is more to it than first glance.
Published by Rowan Casey 78 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
If one of your relationship has crashed and you don't know why, may this article gave you some answers. To avoid collisions with your partner, you can use this as a guide, Here are list of the most men hate that women love shared from the experts.
Published by Jessie Agudo 78 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +3 votes | 3 comments
The problems with relationships today in the west relate mostly to the confused sexual politics caused by feminism.
Published by Rowan Casey 78 months ago in Relationship Psychology | +8 votes | 2 comments
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