Sex, Murder, and the Meaning of Life

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How to Handle an Insecure Romantic Partner

Having a partner with an anxious or avoidant attachment style can make for an unhappy and unstable relationship. But a recent article in Current Directions in Psychological Science suggests that there may be hope, if you match your style of social support to your partner’s attachment style. And frequent sex might also help. Read More

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Douglas T. Kenrick, Ph.D., is professor of social psychology at Arizona State University.


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