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Archived Since:April 9, 2010

Blog Post Archive

The 2 Proven Keys to a Successful Long-Term Relationship

If you are seeking to hone your relationship skills, you’ll be interested in this new study, which shows the two qualities that really matter.

4 Ways Feuding Couples Can Kiss and Make Up

Conflicts are an inherent part of any long-term relationship. New research helps us understand how to put that conflict behind you.

Of 7 Keys to a Good Relationship, These Two Really Matter

If you are seeking to hone your relationship skills (and who isn’t?) then you’ll be interested in this large new international study shows which two qualities really matter.

The Surprising Ways that Guilt Can Help Your Relationship

Feeling guilty may or may not have a rational basis, but according to a new study, the guilt-prone may actually be better at reading other people’s emotional states.

Research Suggests 4 Ways to "Kiss and Make Up"

Conflicts are an inherent part of any long-term, close, relationship. New research provides help in understanding how to put that conflict behind you.

How To Make Feelings of Insecurity Go Away

There are many possible sources of insecurity, but surprisingly, according to newly published research, there’s one easy way to make those feelings go away.

5 Ways to Deal With Disputatious People

People who are constantly angry take it out on anyone and everyone. New research shows what’s behind that anger, and how to keep it at bay in those you care about.

The New Measure of Relationship Health

It’s one thing to be satisfied in your relationship but, according to new research, quite another to feel it’s flourishing.

This Is How You Know When You've Met Your Match

When you meet someone for the first time, you may have a feeling that you can’t quite identify. New research shows which signals we respond to, and why.

Five Ways to Deal with Disputatious People

People who are constantly angry take it out on anyone and everyone. New research shows what’s behind that anger, and how to keep it at bay in those you care about.

Why Reading Other People's Feelings Really Matters

Being able to read people’s minds is more than figuring out their thoughts. New research on mentalization shows the importance to mental health of reading emotions.

The Latest on Sexism and How Compassion Makes it Even Worse

Women exposed to sexist attitudes would probably prefer the benevolent kind. However, new research shows the downside to this supposedly tamer form of discrimination.

Is Compassion Holding You Back?

Women exposed to sexist attitudes would probably prefer the benevolent kind. However, new research shows the downside to this supposedly tamer form of discrimination.

Compassion May Harm Women's Opportunities, Says New Research

Women exposed to sexist attitudes would probably prefer the benevolent kind. However, new research shows the downside to this supposedly tamer form of discrimination.

How Good are You at Reading Other People’s Emotions?

Being able to read people’s minds is more than figuring out their thoughts. New research on mentalization shows the importance to mental health of reading emotions.

A Newly Developed Scale Offers Gauge of Relationship Health

It’s one thing to be satisfied in your relationship but, according to new research, quite another to feel it’s flourishing This 12-item scale will show where yours stands.

Have We Finally Found a Way to Detect Lies?

The big question in detecting deception is the ability to separate truth-tellers from fibbers.

This Is Why We Can't Put Down Our Phones

Do you ever wonder if you’re too dependent on your cell phone? New research suggests how attachment style affects our cell phone behavior.

New Research Reveals Neural Roots of Social Anxiety

People with social anxiety disorder have an extreme fear of new social objects or situations. New neuroscience research shows how observational learning plays into this fear.

How to Tell Who's Lying: What You Need to Know

The big money question in detecting deception remains one of separating the truth-tellers from the fibbers. New research from a neuroscience perspective provides tantalizing clues.

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