by guest blogger Renee James, essayist and blogger I can’t believe it took researchers this long to figure out two things about heterosexual preferences. Number 1: Women like men and men like women. Number 2: Their everyday behavior bears that out. Let’s take a little trip back to the tumultuous days of the 1960s, shall […]
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by guest bloggers Harville Hendrix, PhD, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD. Hurtful words in a relationship can be like a drop of red dye in a glass of water that turns the whole glass pink. What starts out as a slip of the tongue, a small slight from one person to another, sets a process in motion that slowly (or quickly) permeates a relationship and begins to define its tone.
by guest blogger Harville Hendrix. With a little investment (from your heart, not your wallet)—small changes in the way you treat your spouse—will not only lead to his or her happiness, but also to warmly returned, mutual support that will cushion you from your own life’s daily blows and demands. Here’s my three-step plan for saving relationships:
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