Too much emphasis placed on appearance
By Steve Penner
In a recent article published in USA Today, Todd Shackleford, a psychology professor at Florida Atlantic University, who has been studying infidelity for more than 20 years, states that people with low scores on personality tests that measure conscientiousness and high scores on openness to experience also are [...]
by Gregory Boyce
Over the last week the world has been fairly saturated and tuned-in with golfing legend Tiger Woods’ admission to committing transgressions against his wife and family. Tiger Wood’s once stellar image that made him enormously rich in terms of commercial appeal, is now slightly tarnished. As most of the world rhetorically asks, “how [...]
By Judi Light Hopson, Emma H. Hopson, R.N., and Ted Hagen, Ph.D., McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Do you realize that over-giving can hurt your relationships with family and friends?
Doing too much for others can certainly wear you down. But, it can also weaken the bonding process between two people.
The give-and-take between two people creates mutual respect. It [...]
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
I received this story the other day and thought it was so appropriate to share on a day like today. The author is unknown.
When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar and the two beers.
A professor [...]
Tips For Couples Feeling Stressed
(CBS) Stress on the job – or stress from not having a job – can put strain on relationships. Mary Jo Rapini, a Psychotherapist, discusses keeping relationships healthy during tough times.
In order to understand where stress at home is coming from, you need to understand that males and females relate to [...]