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Marriage is hard work and can become a battlefield at times. A new study from UC Berkeley, however, has found that when it comes to keeping the peace in a marriage, it's more important for wives than husbands to calm down after a heated argument.
While couples who show their affection through texts may keep the romance alive, a new study by researchers at Brigham Young University has found that when the same couples excessively resort to text messages to discuss their feelings or to have a fight, their relationship could suffer.
Marriage Expert and unorthodox matchmaker Hellen Chen points out the pitfalls of modern dating practices.
Bestselling author and matchmaking extraordinaire Hellen Chen talks about how the entitlement mentality has affected marriages around the world.
Government is forced to become involved in struggling families and their adult offspring at the cost of almost one-quarter of state and one-half of county expenditures funded significantly by
With the new school year, The Law Office of David Vallone offers divorcing parents new advice on how to maintain a stress free environment during the divorce process for children attending school.
Texas Counseling explores what causes a dip in relationships during NFL season and gives some potential solutions to mend. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 17,
Traditionally those looking for a mate may have been interested in a man’s work, his social standing, his car and the size of his paycheck. A new study from researchers at McCaster University in Ontario, Canada now suggests you can also judge a man by the tone of his voice.
Why are some couples seemingly fated to have a happy marriage and others end in sorrow? A new study from UC Berkeley and Northwestern University reveals a major clue rests in our DNA.
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