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What's Really Behind Rebound Sex

Following the breakup of a close romantic relationship, both partners are likely to experience distress. However, when the breakup is one brought about by the partner, this distress often translates into rebound sex. Who's at risk and who isn't depends on a complex set of 4 relationship factors. read more

5 Questions to Test Your Sense of Meaning in Life

The need to find meaning in your life might not be something you ponder on a daily basis but it lies at the root of your sense of worth. By answering these 5 questions, you can measure your progress toward that ultimate source of happiness. read more

What One Thing Do You Want to Change about Your Life?

Change is, as they say, an inevitable fact of life. However, it’s not always so easy to make those changes that you most desire. By adopting the mindset of the "agile innovator,” however, those changes might be easier to tackle than you think. read more

9 Tips to Help You Say No and Stick to It

For many people, having to deny someone else’s request becomes a difficult interpersonal problem. Being the naysayer in a group can also be harmful to your health, according to new research on conflict. These 9 tips will help you overcome these challenges. read more

Nine Tips to Help You Say "No"

For many people, having to deny someone else’s request becomes a difficult interpersonal problem. Being the naysayer in a group can also be harmful to your health, according to new research on conflict. These 9 tips will help you overcome these challenges. read more

4 Ways to Improve Your Emotional Communication

The way we feel is, for better or worse, reflected by our nonverbal communication. The way you reveal, understand, and manage your emotions can mean the difference between successful and unsuccessful interactions from casual to intimate long-term relationships. read more

5 Ways to Handle Excuses from Those You Care About

People make excuses for all sorts of reasons, and although we’ve come to accept this as an ordinary fact of life, it doesn’t make it any easier to put up with ones from the people we love. These 5 tips will help reduce the likelihood that the person you love will use on one you. read more

Are You Fed up With Phony Excuses?

People make excuses for all sorts of reasons, and although we’ve come to accept this as an ordinary fact of life, it doesn’t make it any easier to put up with ones that we know aren’t real. These 5 tips will help you make phony excuses less of a problem in your life and in the lives of people you care about. read more

Four Ways to Improve Your Emotional Communication

The way we feel is, for better or worse, reflected by our nonverbal communication. The way you reveal, understand, and manage your emotions can mean the difference between successful and unsuccessful interactions from casual to intimate long-term relationships. read more

The Case Against Family Secrets

Every family has at least one secret, and some have many more than that. As difficult as it may be to do so, reaching out for help when your family’s secret involves mental illness may be the one best way to cope. read more

Why do Women Want Fairy Tale Weddings?

In women’s fantasies about the perfect wedding, it’s the dress as much as the person they’re marrying that takes center stage. At the heart of the wedding dress fantasy lies images we’ve all come to accept from Disney princesses. Not only what they wear, but how they act, also influence us more than we realize, though the movie Frozen might be changing it all. read more

5 Questions that Will Test Your Sense of Meaning in Life

The need to find meaning in your life might not be something you ponder on a daily basis but it lies at the root of your sense of worth. By answering these 5 questions, you can measure your progress toward that ultimate source of happiness. read more

What Lonely People Seek from Facebook

Critics of social media argue that people who spend time on Facebook become social introverts due to their reliance on virtual rather than face-to-face interactions. However, a closer look at the research reveals that loneliness is the cause, not the result, of heavy Facebook use. read more

Why We Fantasize About Other Partners

When partners in a long-term relationship have fantasies of infidelity, is this the same as actual cheating? It’s possible to be unfaithful in fantasy and still have a rewarding and fulfilling relationship, as long as you understand the origins of your fantasies. They may even benefit your relationship. read more

19 Ways to Tell If You Expect Too Much From Your Partner

In a close relationship, it’s natural for partners to expect to receive both emotional and practical care and support. People also judge whether their partners are “good enough” for them. These 19 items will tell whether a sense of emotional entitlement will spell doom or boom for your relationship’s future. read more

10 Ways to Avoid Rejection

When someone turns you down, whether for a small favor or a dinner date, it’s likely you’ll question or wonder whether there’s something wrong with you. Using these 10 tips, you’ll be more likely to get your original request to provide the response you desire in the first place. read more

The Secrets that Every Family Keeps

Every family has at least one secret, and some have many more than that. As difficult as it may be to do so, reaching out for help when your family’s secret involves mental illness may be the one best way to cope. read more

Are Your Workouts Really Working for You?

Although working out to improve your health is certainly a laudable goal, many people exercise to lose weight and body fat. The results of new research on exercise in women shows the surprising ways in which your workout patterns may be working against you. These 4 tips will help you beat your body at its own game. read more

What's the Best Way for You to End a Relationship?

Everyone can relate to relationship break-up strategies that failed miserably. The key to minimizing the pain is to adjust the strategy to your personality and that of your partner. It may even be possible for you to improve your relationship breakup strategy with a simple mental adjustment. read more

Do You Know Your Fitness Age?

As much as many people would like to turn back the clock on their age, up until now it hasn’t been a very feasible goal. However, new research on the concept of fitness age shows that you’re more in control than you think of the way your body keeps track of time. read more

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