RELATIONSHIP RESEARCH

The Best Way To Know How Someone Is Feeling

The Best Way To Know How Someone Is Feeling

If you want to know how someone is feeling, close your eyes and use your ears. According to research published by the American Psychological Association, relying solely on facial cues…

Why You Feel Lost Post Break-Up

Why You Feel Lost Post Break-Up

When a romantic relationship ends, an individual’s self-concept is vulnerable to change, according to research in the February issue of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Self-concept is defined as a…

Just Friends Or One-Way Attraction?

Just Friends Or One-Way Attraction?

When one friend admits they are “into” the other, but the other is not “into” them like that, things can get really weird. But they don’t have to, says Heidi…

How Important Is Your Relationship?

How Important Is Your Relationship?

Do you put your work, career or making money before the relationship? Do you sometimes feel selfish for thinking that your partner is putting his or her work, career or…

Being “Supportive” Can Hurt Your Relationship

Being “Supportive” Can Hurt Your Relationship

There is a real difference between “being support” and “emotionally connecting”. Now there is a study to prove it. New research from Binghamton University, State University of New York studied…