Relationship Psychology

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It starts with Halloween. After that, the race is on for two solid months. Along with all our other chores and obligations there’s decorating (inside, outside and sometimes for more than one household), shopping, wrapping, cooking, baking, traveling, hosting and general celebrating, sometimes well into early January. [Article features comments from Elaine Rodino, Ph.D., of […]

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Is there a passive aggressive person in your life? Shelley, a twenty-year-old college sophomore, is an actively aggressive defier. She prides herself on being a fiercely independent person who doesn’t need or want anyone to tell her what to do. She often resorts to fighting words in her verbal outbursts: “How could he give me such […]

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When Couples Grow Apart Are you struggling with a relationship that has become bland, blah or just plain boring? Has your once loving relationship become one that is now nasty, spiteful and, at times, vicious? If your relationship has deteriorated, you’re probably feeling frustrated, angry, discouraged and maybe even defeated. You’ve tried to explain your […]

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It’s frustrating. It’s mind baffling. It’s anger provoking. It’s disingenuous. Passive-aggressive behavior is all of these things, and more. So why do good people resort to such relationship-damaging behavior? And why is it so hard for them to change? Here are 4 reasons why passive-aggressive behavior continues to thrive. 1. Rather than expressing opposition directly, people […]

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