What makes so many women and men offer explanations to an angry spouse, when they come home late from work? Wouldn’t it be more natural to expect their partners to understand their exhaustion, and welcome them home even more warmly? Why do people feel compelled to attend that Sunday family lunch if they’d rather go… Read More »
Many parents balk at setting limits or disciplining their children, afraid they’ll lose their respect, and even their custody, if they are divorced. However, since people establish during their childhood the psychical processes that will follow them throughout life, raising children demands serious consideration.
Many of us fear being alone, for reasons that can be somewhat inconsistent. This fear is sometimes associated with the pain we feel right after a breakup and, of course, losing the comfort that comes from a relationship, even a problematic one, is difficult. However, the hurt caused by a breakup does not come from… Read More »
Theoretically, lastingly romantic marriages should be more common than those based on an exuberant sex life. But it’s not how it goes. It doesn’t mean that sexually satisfying relationships are that frequent, but very few couples get to experience a loving relationship that last decades, one that fills hearts with joy and eyes, with tears… Read More »
The main reason why good people (people who are more generous, genuine, laid-back and unable to say NO to others) are more afraid of falling in love than takers (people more prone to selfishness, less genuine, unable to handle frustration, aggressive and solely devoted to their self-interest) is that the former are capable of truly… Read More »
People’s ability to live alone, it seems, is on the rise, that is, more and more men and women seem to feel reasonably at peace with themselves, are able to keep busy, and know how to go to the movies or to a bar without feeling crushed because they’re alone. The social aspect, which is… Read More »