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Study suggests 'soul mates' have the worst relationships: Here's a better way to think about romance

8/9/2014 - Of course we've all been primed to find our soulmate and live in a state of unconditional love and unity. But is the social conditioning around soulmates valid? Or is the concept of soulmates just a pop psychology fantasy that leads to frustration and loneliness? One team of researchers set out...

Lipstick on the cellular: 'Chexting' is the new trend for cheaters

6/2/2014 - Most people have heard of the term sexting. Now, a new text term is taking over: chexting. Curious about what that means? Just ask celebrities like Jesse James and Tiger Woods. The term describes the act of cheating on a partner or spouse using an electronic medium, such as a text message, internet...

Healthy social relationships are crucial for good physical, mental and emotional health

5/29/2014 - The saying goes that "no man is an island." While the fact that humans are social creatures is well-known and accepted, the effect that social relationships could have on physical, mental and emotional health could well be very much underestimated by most people. Social relationships influence physical...

Top 6 arguments made by 'impossible' relationship partners (and what to do about them)

3/10/2014 - Are you in a relationship with someone who puts up impossible arguments? Impossible arguments turn sincere questions or friendly confrontations into depressing, unwinnable battles. Of course, you don't want to just give up on the relationship. So, you keep trying. And the more you try, the more...

Could your childhood relationship with your parents be affecting your romance?

2/10/2014 - As Valentine's Day approaches, could your adolescent relationship with your parents be harmful and be causing your current romantic relationship to be dysfunctional? Sounds disturbing, but recent research published in the Journal of Marriage and Family (JMF) demonstrated that there is a small but very...

Four reasons why people settle for unsatisfying relationships

2/5/2014 - Ever know anyone who clearly settled for a less than an optimal relationship, or even a painful one? It happens all the time. Why do we do it? In fact, in one survey of 6,000 men, 31% of them openly confessed that they would be willing to settle for someone they didn't love. And 21% even claimed...

10 signs you are NOT ready for a happy relationship

1/12/2014 - You don't have to be single to wonder whether or not you are ready for a relationship. In fact, millions of people who aren't really ready find themselves in the middle of relationships that are going....badly. Regardless of your status, you should understand the following 10 signs because they...

Six things happy couples do differently than the rest

11/27/2013 - An unhappy relationship can wreak havoc on your emotions and health. In fact, a ten-year study has shown that stressful relationships are a causal factor in depression. We are all social creatures. When we carry negative emotions - every single day - toward the people in our lives, it destroys us. It's...

Top 9 natural ways to heal the physical and psychological causes of depression

11/14/2013 - Do you feel depressed, yet skeptical of conventional treatment? As you pursue natural remedies for depression, it is important to understand that depression has both physical and psychological components. To be happy, healthy and enthused about life, you must get both your mind and body balanced....

Unhappy marriage? Here's what it's doing to your body

10/25/2013 - You are going be surprised by this research on how unhappy relationships compromise your physical body.

The latest research on couples points to a gruesome conclusion:

People in marriages filled with resentment heal more slowly (physically) and die sooner than...

Researchers say marital satisfaction is based on this specific gene: Are you a victim of bad relationship genetics?

10/15/2013 - As the trend to attribute everything to physiology and genetics rages on, researchers from UC Berkeley and Northwestern University claim that genes are what determine satisfaction in your marriage. Specifically, the 5-HTTLPR gene, which you received from both parents, is said to be the cause of marital...

Solutions to madness and personal crises

8/6/2013 - There are solutions to madness, psychosis, and personal crises. What I mean by madness is an experience of overwhelming emotional distress that leaves us feeling isolated, abandoned, frightened and helpless. Sometimes we feel it as demoralizing guilt, at other times burning shame or terrifying anxiety,...

Ten-year study establishes link between bad relationships and depression

5/17/2013 - If you buy into the medical propaganda that depression is the result of a chemical imbalance, then you've bought into just that - propaganda. We've yet to see the evidence of those mysterious chemical imbalances, even though trillions of dollars are made promoting them. Some research efforts still...

Better romantic partners make better parents, study finds

12/27/2012 - The same set of interpersonal skills that make a person a good romantic partner also make them a good parent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Bristol and published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, a journal of the Society for Personality and Social...

Love, romance and travel can be keys to health and longevity

8/4/2012 - Isn't love grand? Besides being exciting and fulfilling, it also turns out that it is good for your health and longevity. Studies and experts agree: having a caring and loving relationship can lead to a healthier, happier and longer life. Traveling with a partner can make it that much better. The...

Six signs that your relationship may end suddenly

4/1/2012 - Counseling offices are filled with people trying to heal from a sudden breakup, a long-term relationship that ended with no chance to prepare. As a mental health counselor in practice for ten years, I witnessed the phenomenon many times. A new client shows up in tears, confused as to why he or she has...

Three keys to finding and keeping a healthy relationship

2/15/2012 - Jake Eagle, co-founder of Green Psychology, identifies three keys to finding and keeping a healthy romantic relationship. Supportive and fulfilling primary relationships are commonly accepted as an important aspect of overall health. Jake's ideas about how to approach relationships are not so common. According...

A counter-intuitive strategy for long-term relationship success

9/10/2011 - Buried within NLP principles lies a strategy that virtually guarantees a dramatic increase in the success of any long-term relationship. It's so powerful when applied that obstacles and communication issues between people melt away within seconds. Before we get into how it works, you may be wondering...

Dhrumil Purohit Gives 6 Tips on Having a Beautiful Relationship With Food

8/30/2008 - This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Roundtable, which can be found at (http://www.RenegadeRoundtable.com) . In this excerpt, Dhrumil Purohit talks about what it means to have a beautiful relationship with food and how to deal with cravings. Renegade Water Secrets with Dhrumil...

How Sweet It Is: Our Love-Hate Relationship With Sweeteners

2/15/2008 - Our love-hate relationship with sweeteners has often been a question of choosing one's poisons, as no choice has been without its problems. Sugar and artificial sweeteners tend to disrupt satiety, which causes overeating, spike the fat storing hormone insulin and lead to age-accelerating molecules....

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