It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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What we can learn from the trials and triumphs of celebrity relationships.
Jane Greer Ph.D.
It is likely that you could be an ex, have an ex, or be forced to deal with a loved one’s ex at some point.
Going through a divorce can be daunting and challenging, and it is natural to feel overwhelmed.
It’s easy for co-workers to become attracted to each other. So much time is spent in the office, it's a place where personal bonds can be readily formed.
Living apart to stay together?
After a toxic relationship, can you believe in yourself?
When is it possible to repair a relationship with estranged family members?
How can you make a relationship work over the long haul? What to do in those Hate You moments?
To share or not to share your life post-breakup?
Casual sex isn't for everyone.
Marriage doesn't always move forward in a straight line.
Now that changing one's name is a choice, it comes with a whole set of considerations.
When is eloping the right move?
The perfect trip for two involves allowing for differing visions of vacation.
Is creating a dream list of traits desired in a partner helpful or hurtful?
To work or not to work?
What is the perfect gift? Getting the birthday present right can be a challenge. Your partner has wishes you may not be aware of.
When someone you love dies—particularly under tragic circumstances—it's common to wonder: Did I do enough?
A gain rather than a loss?
How fast is too fast?
How to tell if you're ready for marriage.
Sooner rather than later?
Is speaking out after betrayal a wise course?
How soon is too soon?
Better luck next time?
Pet names and baby talk.
Too far to go?
For better or worse?
Who knows best?
Can you forgive and forget?
Are "bad boys" the trouble?
Jane Greer, Ph.D., is a Marriage and Family Therapist, the author of What about Me? Stop Selfishness from Ruining Your Relationship, and the radio host of Doctor on Call.