A loving relationship can be an oasis in uncertain times, but nurturing it requires attention, honesty, openness, vulnerability, and gratitude.
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Thank you for writing this article. Every sentence helps me understand a bit more the world around me. Especially these days when resentment is also part of social life, when some public figures seem to pander to resentment for votes. But back to the personal level, your understanding not only gives resentful people a way out--albeit with a lot of hard work retraining themselves; it also gives to everyone else an immediate way of responding (or not) to resentful people. Thanks again for insights and reminders and for encouragement to work on difficult, important things. I'm always grateful when I look for a Stosny article and find one!
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