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In Stress and Coping

Improving Your Relationship

How much do you appreciate your partner? Simply being appreciative of your partner’s good points, however modest, improves the relationship, research finds. People who recognised their partner’s efforts to be more patient and loving had a happier and more secure relationship, psychologists have discovered. On the other hand, those who believed their partner could not change had worse relationships, even if their partner was making a real effort to do better. The trick is to convince yourself that change is possible and to…

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In Personality/ Stress and Coping

THREE simplest signs of a cheating partner

Dr. Whisman’s team has found three signs that help you predict whether your partner is cheating on you. According to the findings, adultery is predicted by having a neurotic partner with low self-esteem and being suspicious that they are having an affair. Why is it so? Firstly, people who are neurotic (those who are scored high on Neuroticism in the Big Fives) tend to have less control over their impulses, so are more likely to act on an opportunity. Secondly,…

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How to find a soulmate?

Is the phenomenon of “soulmate” familiar to you? What does it really mean? It is considered that if your partner is our soulmate you feel entirely whole, healed and intact, like no piece is missing from the puzzle. Soulmate differs from a life partner, who can be a great supporter and long-time companion, but is limited in his or her capacity to enrich your spirit. We all as social creatures have a deep and underlying desire to find that one…

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In Stress and Coping

Are You Stuck in a Frustrating Arguing Relationships?

If your relationship feels stuck in repeated arguments that go nowhere, it may be because deeper issues are being triggered that have to do with your unique attachment style. In psychology, the term “attachment” refers to how we view and relate to those closest to us. For example, do you tend to view your partner as a safe, loving and supportive person most of the time, or do you experience him or her as undependable, aloof, smothering, threatening or unsafe?…

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