Posts Categorized: Latest Relationship Research

Marriage & Cancer: Ways to Maintain Your Relationship After Diagnosis

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“For better or for worse” is a monumental promise and precious commitment. When “for worse” sounds like a doctor’s “ I’m sorry, it’s cancer,” your expectations, dreams, and connection are shaken.

The hard work of marriage just got exponentially harder.

You could lose each other in the battle, if you’re not careful. You could turn on each other when the way gets too rough.

Unless you have a plan.

Three Strong Steps to Combat Anxiety and Insecurity

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When anxiety hits, you may think it’s the future that you dread, but in reality, it’s the present moment that you are dealing with. In this moment, you feel like the future is dangerous, and you doubt yourself. This self-doubt is destructive. It can paralyze you, and cause you to miss out on the things you want in life.

The Symptoms and Causes of Relationship Anxiety

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Many people find themselves facing anxiety about relationships before they are in one and/or while they are in one. What causes these anxieties? It could be in response to past relationships that hurt them. It could be the pattern they were taught growing up. Or it could be fear of the unknown. No matter why we have this… Read more »

The Top Myths About Relationships

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There are myths in every aspect of sociology, but relationship myths take the cake with how many there are, and how wrong they can be. Here are five of the most common:

Half of all marriages end in divorce. Not true. Yes, there may be half the number of divorces as there are marriages in a year, but the people getting married aren’t the ones getting divorced.

5 Things to Consider When Your Depression is Not Getting Better

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A physical is a must. Many times, your symptoms are linked to a physical problem and not a chemical problem in your brain. Make sure your doctor checks for vitamin D and vitamin B12 deficiencies, anemia, blood sugar imbalance, and insulin resistance.
Get your thyroid checked. This may seem redundant but, the truth is, many doctors don’t check everything they should. They may check the TSH levels, but not run a complete panel. Even endocrinologists may not do a complete workup to find hypothyroidism. However, every single person the author knows who has chronic depression has a problem with his or her thyroid.