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Creating Happy and Healthy Relationships
By Leslie Becker-Phelps, Ph.D.


Hope for Abusive Relationships?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYou know your relationship is far from healthy – perhaps even abusive – but you stay in it because you hope your partner

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Being Single: Not the Same as Being Alone

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsIf you’re single, you may have friends and family who desperately want you to find someone so that you won’t be alone.

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Is It Abuse? How to Know

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsNo relationship is perfect. But some are so imperfect that they are more of a negative influence than a positive one.

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When It’s Hard to Feel Thankful

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsSometimes Thanksgiving has bad timing. You know you should be grateful, but you don’t feel it. Perhaps your boyfriend

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Long Distance Relationships: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsDo you feel like the options for dating people in your area are limited? Are you considering expanding your search for

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Are You TOO Nice?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsWhen you’re going out with friends, do you hesitate to speak up about where you’d like to go or what you’d like to do?

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How to Better Understand Your Partner

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsDespite everything you know about your partner, there are undoubtedly times when you simply don’t understand them.

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Is “Date Night” Enough? Tips for Parents

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsI think most parents would agree that while parenting comes with wonderful blessings, it also comes with challenges

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3 Texts You Shouldn’t Send

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsIn this electronic age, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll be connecting with your partner through texting.

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What to Expect From Therapy

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYou’ve decided you need psychotherapy, but the whole idea of it makes you nervous. You feel vulnerable at the thought

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