Category Archives: Love And Relationships

Psych theories and studies on attraction, love, sex and relationships

The Dangers Of Social Networking And How To Protect Your Children

Dangers of Social Networking

The dangers of social media are well known. To date there have been movies, TV shows and countless news stories documenting tragic events which have stemmed from major social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter. These events range from parents bullying children on fake accounts to victims being stalked and even killed by online predators. Ironically, these twisted scenarios tend to start from nothing more than a simple “friend” request. Continue reading

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Dr. Bruce Mapes On Family Relationships

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The dinner table is quiet, the kids aren’t communicating and your spouse seems agitated. Does this sound familiar? Not to worry. The truth is that sometimes we fall into relationship slumps, even with our family. Luckily, there are a few quick and simple fixes that can warm up your household. Continue reading

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How to Cope With A Personal Injury In The Family

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Many people believe that when a person is injured, whether it’s on the job, out at lunch, or in a car accident, the physical and emotional toll only affects that person. However, the family of the injured person can be just as emotionally affected, and sometimes even more so. Continue reading

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Psychologists Say: Think Twice about Moving In Before Marriage – Infographic

Wedding Rings

In the United States, the divorce rate is higher than ever. In fact, over the past 50 years it has nearly doubled and there seems to be no end in sight. Some argue that a lack of religion is the cause, while others say that the internet age is to blame. According to Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist from The University of Virginia, couples that live together before getting married are much more likely to get a divorce than couples that wait until their wedding day to become housemates. Continue reading

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