How Gratitude Helps Us Build Better Relationships
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When was the last time that you thanked a friend, coworker, or family member for something they did for you? Although we’ve been taught that it’s important to say thank you, it’s easy to take... Read More...
Getting to Know Your Emotions
One of the most useful skills we need in order to be in good relationship with others is the ability to identify our emotions or feelings. This article offers a jump-start to learn this skill. What... Read More...
How to Cope with Rejection
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We’ve all experienced rejection, and we all know that it’s no fun. In fact, psychologists studying the neuroscience of rejection have actually found that the experience activates the same... Read More...
Attachment Style: How Does it Impact Your Relationships?
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Humans have a fundamental need to form close relationships with others. Attachment theory helps us understand how we connect with others, including what gets in the way of building satisfying and... Read More...
By Supporting Others, You Support Yourself: Findings from Social Psychology
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If relationships play such an important role in our well-being, how can we work to foster better interpersonal relationships? Many of us may already know what not to do in relationships, but... Read More...
18 Communication Tips for Couples
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Relationships – whether with wives, husbands, girlfriends, boyfriends or even just friends – involve some of life’s greatest challenges.  While there are several factors that contribute to the... Read More...