In fact, rationalizing bad behavior often leads to conflict and the eroding of a relationship.Listen to this episode to learn why excuses and rationalizations creep into...The incidence of infidelity in the United States is greater than 50%.
Learning how to deal with loneliness is important whether it's your own or your partners. Chances are you've been through a breakup at some point in your life.
Whether it was a recent and difficult breakup, or a high school sweetheart from years ago, these events shape who we are and how we form new relationships. It's easy to rationalize the negative ways we talk or act toward our partner.
A huge part of preventing infidelity is communication with your partner. When expectations in your relationship don’t meet reality, disappointment is bound to happen.
Whether you find yourself struggling with too high or too low expectations, finding the balance is key to being happier and more satisfied in your...
Forty-nine perfect of unmarried relationships and 39% of marriages are inter-faith, and the numbers continues to grow. Technology and work are an integral part of living in the 21st century.
While both can be great, they can also create a huge strain on our relationships.Darlene Lancer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and expert author on relationships and codependency. He has written over 1100 articles on practical decision-making for his Psychology Today blog: Ambigamy: Insights for the deeply... Zack Carter is an assistant professor of communication at Taylor University.Shes counseled individuals and couples for 30 years and coaches internationally. His teaching and research efforts are conducted through the lens of social psychology.I Do Podcast interviews today’s most successful and inspiring relationship experts, therapists and couples.Hosted by Chase and Sarah Kosterlitz, I Do Podcast is all about inspiring young couples to create a fulfilling and happy relationship.Megan Murray is the Senior Content Strategist and Editor-in-Chief at Zoosk, an online dating site and app. Bernard Golden, the founder of Anger Management Education in Chicago, has been a practicing psychologist for almost forty years.