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


3 Signs of Self-Love

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsIf you really want to be happy, you need to be happy with who you are – you need to love yourself. But knowing
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Can You Really Trust Your Gut?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsWhen you go on a first date – or first meet someone new – you may have an immediate reaction to the person.
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How to Save a Marriage After Infidelity

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsInfidelity brings a painful end to many marriages. But many spouses– often in spite of themselves – find
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5 Signs They Won’t Commit

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYou may dream of a committed relationship, but not everyone does. Some people view potential partners like
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Is Your Way of ‘Caring’ Actually Hurting?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsWhen you love someone, you want the best for them. It feels good to see them happy and hurts you to see them suffer.
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Trying to ‘Fix’ Your Partner? What to Do Instead

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsIf you’re deeply unhappy in your relationship, you might feel tempted to try to “fix” your partner – or yourself.
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4 Signs of a True Friend

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsFriends meet a lot of our deep emotional and personal needs, but no single friendship can give you
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Do You Know Why You’re Getting Married?

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsThere are many factors that go into a successful marriage, but one of the most important is to choose to marry
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5 Tips for Getting Along With Your In-Laws

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsYour spouse – like everyone else – has a special connection with their parents that is emotionally powerful.
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5 Tips for Dating an Extrovert

Creating Happy and Healthy RelationshipsThe life of the party. A social butterfly. Always on the go. If these expressions describe your partner, then
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