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


Should You Care About What Others Think of You?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsMany of my patients feel bad for worrying so much about what others think of them. They believe that
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3 Questions to Ask on a First Date

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsBy the end of a first date, there is one main question that begs to be answered – and it’s a question for you, not your date:
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A Tool for Better Relationships: Mentalizing

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsWhen relationship problems start, they can get complicated quickly. One tool that can help you repair
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Can a Narcissist Ever Change?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsIf you have a narcissist in your life – whether at home or at work, or in your family – you may wonder if it’s possible
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Is Ghosting Ever Okay?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYou are in a bad friendship or romantic relationship and want to move on. Or, maybe you’ve just had the worst-ever first date
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Are You Ready to Date Again? How to Know

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsThe ending of a relationship is usually painful. At first, you may feel the need for some personal time to process what
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Do You Lose Yourself in Relationships?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsDo you feel like you disappear when you are in a relationship? You may want so much to earn your partner’s approval
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Should You Listen to Your Gut?

Creating Happy and Healthy Relationships“Listen to your gut” is popular, and compelling, advice – but it can get you into trouble. Of course, you shouldn’t ignore your
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In a Great Relationship But Still Feel Insecure?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYour partner has given you no real reason doubt their love for you, but still, you feel insecure and constantly worried
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When Forgiving Seems Too Hard

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsWhen you’ve been wronged, feelings of anger and a sense of injustice can run deep – and can be hard to shake.
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