Posts Categorized: Latest Relationship Research

From Throwing Shade to Giving Praise: My Post-Election Apology to Millennials

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After vacillating between disbelief and despair for a week, anger is kicking in and people are looking for ways to resist the Trumpocalypse. This is where I humbly apologize to Millennials. I’ve made fun of your work ethic: job hopping, talking to senior management like equals, getting sidetracked by social media and (eye roll) needing… Read more »

Creating Rituals for Strong Marriages

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Are you and your partner struggling to stay meaningfully connected to each other? The Good Men Project provides suggestions in a post about how couples can create rituals in their daily lives to promote meaningful connections with  each other. One way that couples can do this is simply by eating meals with each other on a… Read more »

Does Cheating Pick Up Where Sexless Marriage Leaves Off?- Guest Post Donna Flagg

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Does Cheating Pick Up Where Sexless Marriage Leaves Off? By Donna Flagg Reading Mark White’s piece, Does Sexless Marriage Justify Adultery? Part 1, really got the neurons in my brain firing. In it, Mark asks if going out of a marriage to get sex is similar to expecting fidelity in a marriage where one party doesn’t give it. Beyond that,… Read more »

Same Sadness, Different Responses Or “Why Are We Fighting if We Both Voted for Hillary?”

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Same Sadness, Different Responses Or “Why Are We Fighting if We Both Voted for Hillary?” It’s Saturday morning, and you’ve just gotten the news that there’s a rally downtown. When you mention it to your partner, s/he snipes that you’ve got to take it down a notch. Turn it off for just a moment, please. Give… Read more »