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Author: Gina Yannotta

Is Bickering the Road to Relationship Ruin?

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.

When Your Partner’s Got It All: The Conundrum of Romantic Inferiority

Romantic inferiority is tough to navigate and may have different origins. But profound love requires sharing, autonomy, and perceived equality, regardless of the differences.

The Science of Flirting

Flirting can be difficult and feel like a challenge to some. Luckily, science is on hand to set you right and give you a few useful technique to make the whole process less daring.

Was It Just a One-Night Stand?

Can a one-night stand be more than a spontaneous hook-up? Often a one-night stand can be great but it is important to manage your expectations and take things slowly.

Emotional Intelligence Matters in Romantic Relationships

Being attractive, engaging, confident and funny can help us land the relationship opportunity, but unless we’re tuned into Emotional Intelligence it likely won’t stay the distance.

Single, but Unable to Mingle: Surviving Singledom During COVID

There are things you can do not just to pass the time, but to maintain meaning in your life, and stay on top of your game for when normal dating finally returns to the realm of possibility.

A Matchmaker’s Guide to Being Single on Valentine’s Day

So you’re alone on Valentine’s Day - so what? Just because you’re alone doesn’t mean you have to be lonely.

Getting Over a Breakup: 7 Ways to Cope with the Pain

The end of a relationship can turn your world upside down. Whether you were together 10 months or 10 years, everyone goes through breakups differently. 

Intimacy in a Covid World

For singletons there's been a long stretch of time in which physical touch and intimacy has been off the cards. Are you asking yourself - when will you feel free to love freely again?

Dating During Covid, How We’re Making Connections Amidst a Global Pandemic

Maclynn International looks at how the pandemic has changed dating during COVID and if we’re still able to find and form new relationships.

Do Men Need a Matchmaker?

It's 2021, you're well-networked, successful, in great shape, but you still haven't met the one. Perhaps it's worth understanding why having a Matchmaker is the solution.

The Science of Love: Why do I Have Butterflies?

The rush of falling in love is a feeling like no other, the racing heart and mind that gives you butterflies. So, what does happen to your body when you meet someone that you find attractive?

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