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Are You Single for the Right Reasons?

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There is nothing wrong with being single. In fact, one of the most important lessons someone can learn is that they can be a whole and happy person on their own. A failure to recognize this can drive people into ...

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How to Deal with Relationship Anxiety

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Relationships can be one of the most pleasurable things on the planet… but they can also be a breeding ground for anxious thoughts and feelings. Relationship anxiety can arise at pretty much any stage of courtship. For many single people, ...

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Are You Giving Up on Love?

giving up on love

It’s hard to really wrap our heads around this. Yet, I find—over and over again—that it’s true. Love doesn’t always just slip away; we push it away… actively. This may sound accusatory and dooming, but to my mind, it is ...

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Can an Open Relationship Actually Work?

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Research tells us that about 4 to 5 percent of heterosexual couples have agreed to have an open relationship. In other words, they’ve given their consent to not be monogamous. That may seem like a relatively small and, given the ...

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Are You Sabotaging Your Relationship?

Couple Having Arguement At Home

Most of us treat love like an external force. It’s something that happens to us, strikes us like an arrow or overcomes us like a storm. There is a problem with thinking of love this way, and that is that ...

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6 Reasons Most People Are Afraid of Love

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Presenter: Lisa Firestone, Ph.D. 3 CE Credits  CE Price: $35  Non-CE Price: $15 90 Minutes * Earn 3 CE Credits watching the Webinar and completing an accompanying reading assignment.  New studies in neuroscience tell us that it is possible to stay ...

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5 Excuses to Stop Making About Sex

excuses to stop making about sex

Our sexuality is an important part of our identity. Feeling acknowledged as a sexual person contributes significantly to our sense of well-being. Although actual sex makes up a small amount of our time in a relationship, if the sexual contact ...

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