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Infidelity

By Margarita Nahapetyan Cheating on a partner is a terrible thing to do. Especially if the other part finds out about the infidelity, it can become a real catastrophe for any relationship. The betrayed part starts wondering what to do after, whether she/he should stay or go, or ask another part to leave. Feelings of anger, rage, hurt, sadness, disbelief and disappointment become predominating. Bringing up suspicions of infidelity shou

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Women Prefer Men Without Beard

By Margarita Nahapetyan It turns out that guys with beard seem to earn higher respect from other guys, but as to ladies, they find men with facial hair less attractive and prefer clean-shaven faces. That is a statement psychologists from New Zealand and Canada are doling out after a recent experiment where they studied how appealing masculine facial hair can be to women. In order to figure out how having a beard affected perceptions o

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Are You an HSP? Temperament, Love, and Sensitivity

Excerpted from The Highly Sensitive Person in Love: Understanding and Managing Relationships When the World Overwhelms You By Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D. "I fall in love so damn hard." "I feel like an alien sometimes. Everyone else seems to be in a relationship. But what they call love just doesn't appeal to me." "Investments, cars, sports, getting ahead at work-I don't say it, but I've zero interest in those things compared t

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Love Hormone Oxytocin Improves Stressful Relationships

By Margarita Nahapetyan Relationships are hard work and most of the people probably think at some point that communicating in a positive way with the other half when discussing stressful issues, such as home finances, for example, is an impossible thing to do. However, now the Swiss experts say that there is a "love hormone," that could edge off such conflicts. Oxytocin is a hormone that also acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain. I

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Women May Choose Wrong Partners When On Contraceptive Pill

By Margarita Nahapetyan According to the most recent lab experiments, a contraceptive pill might alter the way women feel about their partners. In particular, it was revealed that ladies who have been on the pill when starting a relationship may no longer be attracted to their partner when they come off it. As a result, scientists from Stirling University are urging women not to use the contraceptive pill in the run-up to nuptials in

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Many Women Don't Leave Abusive Partners Because of Pets

By Margarita Nahapetyan One out of three women in abusive relationships delay leaving their violent partner for the fear that family pets would be hurt or even killed, a new groundbreaking survey from New Zealand has found. The "Pets as Pawns" survey was conducted by the Royal New Zealand Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RNZSPCA) in partnership with Women's Refuge. It revealed that violence against family pets was of

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40% of American Women Never Married

By Margarita Nahapetyan Nearly 40 percent of women under the age of 44 years have never been married, and fewer stay in their first marriage, found a recent government poll by the National Center for Health Statistics. The new National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) carried out a thorough analysis of first marriages and their chance of survival and found that 38 per cent of American women choose to stay single these days, up from 33 p

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Why Women In Red Are So Attractive For Men?

By Margarita Nahapetyan Red has long been described as a color of passion, fire and danger with the image of the "lady in red" being a symbol of sizzling attractiveness guaranteed to turn heads. However, new research on male behavior claims that the real reason why men are drawn to women who wear red is that they think scarlet-clad ladies are easy and more likely to opt for more intimate relationship on a first date. To reach this co

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More Women Than Men Guilty of Eye Cheating

By Margarita Nahapetyan According to a new poll by a leading online independent travel agency Sunshine, while vacationing with a partner, it is women and not men who are more likely to check out members of the opposite gender in a flirtatious or curious way. Researchers carried out this survey in order to find out more details about male and female behavior during joint holiday or vacation. About 2,000 heterosexual men and women from

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Brunettes VS Blondes

By Margarita Nahapetyan Hair coloring is the latest fashion trend, and today more and more people start coloring their hair to look different and new. Some believe that a hair color can add some shine, meaning and fun to their hairstyle, while for others it is just the easiest and fastest option to change their looks. For many, many years we have been hearing that blond women tend to have more fun, and that "gentlemen prefer blondes,"

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Women More than Men Are Jealous of Attractive Colleagues

By Margarita Nahapetyan Women in the workplace are more jealous and envious than men if the colleagues around them are attractive, finds a new international study. However, both men and women are equally jealous of co-workers who have strong social skills. To come up with such a conclusion, researchers from the Universities of Valencia (Spain), Groningen (the Netherlands) and Palermo (Argentina), first involved 200 workers and scienti

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Friendship Between Men and Women Often Involves Attraction

By Margarita Nahapetyan It has been known for a long time that men and women can be good friends. But now, a new research claims that no matter what some may think, romantic feelings and attraction will always get in the way of the platonic relationship between male and female friends. The investigators from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire decided to analyze the platonic, opposite-gender friendship relationships in order to fin

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Cheating Husbands Are at Risk of a Heart Attack

By Margarita Nahapetyan Men who are unfaithful to their wives do not just jeopardize their marriage, but are also at an increased risk of having a deadly heart attack, Italian scientists who were studying male monogamy have found. It was revealed that 'sudden coital death' is much common when a man was meeting with his mistress outside of his home than when he was with his wife. And liaisons with younger lovers are particularly dangerous. &#

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Married Men Prefer Fast Food To Healthy Home Meals

By Margarita Nahapetyan Married men eat healthy food their wives prepare for them at home, but like to secretly binge on unhealthy fast food while away from the family dinner table, a new survey has found. According to the team of nutritionists at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, men in the United States obediently consume the low-fat food at home just to avoid fighting and arguing with the spouse over her healthy f

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Childhood Maltreatment Affects Adult Romantic Relationships

By Margarita Nahapetyan According to a new research by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) scientists, childhood emotional abuse can negatively affect a person's romantic relationships later in life. To reach this conclusion, Professor Golan Shahar and Dana Lassri, doctoral candidate at BGU's Department of Psychology, carried out two separate studies involving college students with a history of Childhood Emotional Maltreatment (C

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Male - Female Relationships: Avoiding the Defensive Lineman and the Backfield

Excerpted from Winning Points with the Women in your Life One Touchdown at a Time By Jaci Rae As you probably already know, the defensive lineman's job is to sack the quarterback. As the quarterback, if you want to sidestep the defensive lineman and "scramble" in your relationship, you will need to learn the difference between actively hearing and passively listening to the woman, i.e., "the defensive lineman" in your life. Just as the head coac

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Too Much Commitment Can Destroy Romantic Relationship

By Margarita Nahapetyan Relationships, in which one of the partners places too much emotional weight on another one, are more likely to undergo unnecessary strain, and even be destroyed. This is what psychologists call relationship-contingent self-esteem (RCSE) and, according to University of Houston scientists, this unhealthy factor can cause uncomfortable situations that do more harm than good in romantic relationships. People who h

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Men Are More Sensitive than Women when Having Relationship Problems

By Margarita Nahapetyan The common belief that women are more vulnerable when it comes to emotional ups and downs of romantic relationships has been challenged in a study from Wake Forest University. According to the Professor of Sociology Robin Simon, unhappy romances take a greater emotional toll on the mental health of young men than women, even though men sometimes try to appear tough. Guys just express their distress and vulnerability differently than wo

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Forgiveness Does Not Always Solve Relationship Problems

By Margarita Nahapetyan The next time you and your partner have a serious clash, do not rush to forget about it and forgive each other. While we have known for many years that the best way to solve relationship problems is to forgive and forget, it turns out that sometimes having 'angry but honest' conversations might be more beneficial for maintaining a healthy relationship in the long-term. A new study of married couples carried out

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Men Prefer Overweight Women When Under Stress

By Margarita Nahapetyan It turns out that, when under stress, men tend to be attracted to women with a more curvaceous body type, found a new research, according to which stress-inducing situations can actually affect the way males perceive body sizes of their potential partners. Previous studies have found that the experience of psychological stress may have an impact on physical attractiveness ideals, but most evidence supporting th

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Black Woman: Who She Really Is and Isn't

Excerpted from How to Love a Black Woman : Give-and-Get-the Very Best in Your Relationship By Dr. Ronn Elmore Whatever your own personal images and perceptions about the nature of Black women are, they will stare you straight in the face as you read this book. You will find that some of those images of her will be confirmed here and you will take pleasure in knowing that, in that specific area, you have been working with solid, reliable facts that have helped you to rel

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Relationships: Committing to Truth-Telling, Listening & Happiness

Excerpted from The Conscious Heart: Seven Soul-Choices That Create Your Relationship Destiny By Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D. Committing To Full Expression and Truth-Telling In our families of origin, people did not tell the truth about their feelings. Instead of speaking about their fears, sadnesses, dreams, and desires, they often hid them inside. Like most people, they had had no education or modeling about telling the truth

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TV Romance Can Ruin Real-Life Relationships

By Margarita Nahapetyan It turns out that couples, who frequently watch television and are heavily invested in fictional romance, are jeopardizing the status of their own real-life romantic relationships. To this conclusion came a new research by experts at Albion College in Michigan, who claim that the more are individuals addicted to the box and believe in TV portrayals of romantic stories, the less likely they are to be committed t

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Taking Responsibility for Our Relationships

Excerpted from A Plentiful Harvest; Creating Balance and Harmony Through the Seven Living Virtues By Terrie Williams Our relationships with friends and family are the most valuable things in our lives, they're also one of the most difficult things to take responsibility for. We can't always predict how another person is going to react, and too often it seems like the whole thing risks flying out of our control. But it can't fly out of control, not entirely. Because ever

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Being Single During Holiday Season: What Can You Do About It?

By Margarita Nahapetyan Being single around the holiday season can get many people extremely sad and depressed. Everywhere you go, you see other couples doing shopping together or making out in front of shop windows, and when you come home all alone, you understand that you have no one to share the holiday spirit with. That is when you start dwelling on past holidays when you were in a relationship with that one person who meant everything to you, but who is

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