Dolphins don't just randomly choose their friends. Like some people, they pick childhood pals that will set them up for success as adults.
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Two forms of abuse, stalking and harassment, are surprisingly common in teen relationships, according to new research.
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Finding happiness "may be less about the marriage and more about the mindset," according to research with older adults.
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"...we want partners who have positive qualities, but the qualities you specifically list do not actually have special predictive power for you."
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There may be a connection between genes involved in the opioid system and feelings of insecurity in romantic relationships, researchers find.
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Past research has overlooked the value of directive parenting, say researchers. That term describes pushing a child to take risks, explore, and persevere.
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Reading your partner's emotions can be good for the relationship, but not when contempt and anger come into play, research finds.
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Research shows the last big recession led to more arguments in marriages. The finding comes as couples face financial hardships because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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