Author: Gina Yannotta
For many couples, managing finances can be very complicated and stressful. Here are 7 ways that you can approach money in your relationship.
The Friends Reunion special re-ignited the discussion around whether Ross and Rachel were really on a break. The key scene famously ends with Rachel saying “maybe we should take a break”, and Ross storming out without commenting. A US therapist observed there was no proper conversation between the characters, which lead to assumptions.
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.
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