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Novel Experiences in Marriage: Always Stressful?

Studies have shown that novel experiences can actually stimulate the production of the neuro-chemicals dopamine and norepinephrine, which show up in the brain in the early, blissful stages of a relationship.

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3 Relationship Mistakes You’re Probably Making Right Now

“Happy Families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” —Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina, Chapter 1, first line, Russian mystic novelist (1828-1910) It turns out that

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Defensiveness in Marriage: 6 Ways to Find Fault

We are all guilty of it. Defensiveness is often seen in even the best of relationships. Our partner raises an issue with us they would like us to address, and it shoots straight into our hearts. Instead

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Emotional Distance in Marriage

Emotional Neglect in MarriageEmotional distance in marriage also called emotional neglect in marriage is a painful dynamic. It's a lack of emotional support or feeling emotional intimacy with their partner.

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Coping With a Sexless Marriage & the Politics of Wanting

Tina and Bill* have been married 22 years. If you met them, you would say they are an attractive, vibrant, middle-aged couple. Bill is in IT and runs a large organization. Tina runs a health and wellness

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International Couples Advice

International Couple Advice Often international couples often see difference and novelty as a stressor in their marriage. But does it have to be? Here’s some international couple advice that can

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