Why relaxing is so much work.
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How to achieve balance in a committed relationship
Catherine Aponte Psy.D.
Relationships organized by contract tend not to be happy ones.
When it comes to self-help, don't believe everything you read.
How to help a spouse learn self-management, without sacrificing yourself.
Testosterone is not a metaphor for masculinity.
And two more raps not to take on.
You want to have sex. What's next?
"How can you ignore me like that? I work so hard at being nice to you!"
The pandemic may force you to choose.
Learn to recognize his interpersonal tactics.
"Masculinity" and "femininity" are out the window.
Most divorces in the U.S. are initiated by women.
How to deal with an affair.
Can being married make you a better person?
Part 2: Why do men want to share power with their wives? Here's how it works.
Part 1: Why? Here's what 14 men say about power-sharing with their wives.
Are there male and female virtues?
"I'll never be like that."
What are the components of intimacy?
Creating family and work balance is a big deal.
How do you feel about your marriage? A look at assessing gender roles in heterosexual marriages.
What to do with a mentally ill spouse.
Neither dating nor marriage is now dictated by hard and fast rules—young men and women are making it up as they go along.
What is benevolent sexism, and what are its effects?
Why self-awareness is the new buzzword.
In marriage, collaboration is about negotiating on what you each need to flourish.
The "new monogamy" is about negotiating honesty or openness, outside relationships, and sexual fidelity.
What's the evidence?
Here's how to communicate clearly and avoid misunderstandings.
Is male libido a boon or an impediment in marriage?
"Til death do us part" is just the beginning.
Catherine Aponte, Psy.D., was previously a clinical psychologist and an adjunct professor at Spalding University.