Nathan Cheek, a psychology Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, has recently published a study on relationship disagreements. The key point headline to note is that although disagreements are just a normal part of life and often harmless, they can be triggers for arguments, anger, and resentment that can lead to the end of a relationship. It’s the reason why, at Maclynn International, we specialize and are known for our approach regarding the psychology of relationships and why similar values are so essential.
Romantic inferiority is tough to navigate and may have different origins. But profound love requires sharing, autonomy, and perceived equality, regardless of the differences.
Is it possible that you are jumping to conclusions too quickly when meeting someone new? Could it be unconscious bias that is holding you back from finding love?