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My career discovering the secret to everlasting love: 'I just fell into it'

Relationship expert, writer and psychologist Ty Tashiro describes what first sparked his interest in researching love and relationships I fell into this career by accident. I originally was studying stress and trauma, but at graduate school I ended up taking a class with one of the first psychologists to study relationships. My early work then focused on people’s personal growth after break-up or a divorce, which got me interested in what makes a relationship actually work.
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