When we avoid arguing, we miss the opportunity to help our relationship improve — without arguments there is no progress. Here’s how we can embrace conflict *and* resolve it, from psychology professor Gary Lewandowski PhD .
The concept of love languages expresses a simple truth: We don’t feel or experience love the same way. By knowing another person’s love language — and knowing your own — we can strengthen our connections, says relationship researcher Dr. Carol Bruess.
For the past six years, researcher Jennifer Petriglieri has been studying dual-career couples. One common source of conflict is chores, and she provides some clear advice to help you shift and equalize the household burden.
It’s ironic but true: The best thing for your nervous system is another human and the worst thing for your nervous system is another human. Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett tells us why.