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Recover the Self to Recover from Breakup

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Five Predictors (and Five Not So Good Predictors) of Relationship Success  - | - Science of Relationships

Parental Emotional Coaching and Children's Peer Relationships: Relationship Matters Podcast 47 - | - Science of Relationships

Attachment Theory: Explaining Relationship “Styles” - | - Science of Relationships

Do Your Preferences for a Romantic Partner Influence Your Actual Choice of Romantic Partner? - | - Science of Relationships

Is This List Based on Research? - | - Science of Relationships

Do Your Preferences for a Romantic Partner Influence Your Actual Choice of Romantic Partner? - | - Science of Relationships

What Happens When Your Partner Wants To Do It and You’re Not in the Mood? - | - Science of Relationships Sex is one of the leading causes of divorce. This study will help you figure out how to create less friction around your intimate life so that one of the best things in life doesn't tear you apart! "In one hour of studies we found that 80% of people had experienced a desire discrepancy with their partner in the past month; in other study, couples reported some degree of desire discrepancy on 5 out of 7 days a week. And we know from past research that disagreements related to sex can be very difficult to resolve successfully... People who are high in sexual communal strength—those who are motivated to meet their partner’s sexual needs without the expectation of immediate reciprocation—were less concerned with the negatives of having sex -- such as feeling tired the next day. Instead, these communal people were more focused on the benefits to their partner of engaging in sex, such as making their partner feel loved and desired. In turn, these motivations led the communal people to be more likely to engage in sex with their partner in these situations and also led to both partners feeling more satisfied with their sex life and relationship. This means that even though they engaged in sex to meet their partner’s needs, they reaped important benefits for themselves. In fact, communal people maintained feelings of satisfaction even in these desire discrepant situations."

yes!!! *Guard your heart*

What Happens When Your Partner Wants To Do It and You’re Not in the Mood? - | - Science of Relationships

7 Ways to Use Science to Help Your Partner Meet His or Her Goals - | - Science of Relationships

Top 5 Classic Studies in the Psychology of Attraction - | - Science of Relationships

Nice Genes: Serotonin, Conflict, and Marital Satisfaction

You're Insecurely Attached, Charlie Brown - | - Science of Relationships

What Happens When Your Partner Wants To Do It and You’re Not in the Mood?

Do Your Preferences for a Romantic Partner Influence Your Actual Choice of Romantic Partner?

What Do People Do on Facebook When They Are Breaking Up?

Sex Ed at Home (for Elementary-Aged Kids): Your Questions Answered - | - Science of Relationships

I (Don’t) Want 2 B w/ U: Texting, Sexting, and Avoidant Attachment - | - Science of Relationships

Face It, Recover the Self to Recover from Break-Up

Getting Married? Love Science? Here are Our Ten Research-Based Wedding Vows - | - Science of Relationships


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