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Although women experience more emotional pain following a breakup, research suggests that they also recover more fully after a split.
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When comparing your partner to someone else's, do you find yours comes up short?
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Two psychologists teamed up to explore the mysteries of attraction and intimacy, and discovered questions that could bring people closer together.
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Two relationship coaches offer these practical strategies and timeless tips to help any relationship become a long-term love.
Couples sometimes downplay affection for each other to protect themselves, but it may end up hurting them more.
A study suggests that men's insecurities about relationships, and conflicted views of romantic partners, could lead to sexist views of women.
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