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Relationships

13 Apr

People who don’t want to depend on others or be depended upon value gifts or favors from others less than those who self-report less independence. (In brief, Monitor on Psychology, 2017, 48(3), p. 10) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

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Communication

8 Mar

A recent study of about 1800 parents of kids ages 8 to 18 found parents to be spending an average of 9 hours 22 minutes everyday in front of various screens. Of this time, nearly 8 hours are for personal, not business, use. (Sheibk, K. Digital hypocrisy. Scientific American Mind, 2017, 28 (2), 10-11) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Relationships

4 Mar

A Harvard University study of adult development, spanning almost 80 years, showed that, no matter their socioeconomic status, men raised in warmer families used more adaptive methods to handle their negative emotions in midlife and had stronger attachments to their partners in later life. Here is more data to support the conclusion that early family relationships have life-long effects. (Caruso, C. Good relationships are all in the family. Scientific American Mind, 2017, 28(2), 10-11) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Work Relationships

11 Jan

Incivility at work can be a slippery slope with rudeness inviting more of the same. (In brief. Rudeness at work. Monitor on Psychology, 2017, January, 13-14.) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Marriage

3 Dec

Recently many more people are against their children marrying someone of the opposing political party than someone of a different race. (Doherty, W. Is there hope for a divided America? Psychotherapy Networker. 2017, November, December, 22-29 & 54) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Romance

19 Nov

Men feel more romantically secure when they have grown up in warm families. (In brief. A lifetime of warmth. Monitor on Psychology, 2017, January, p. 11-12) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com

Relationships

28 Sep

Since 2002, more people approve of living together before marriage, premarital sex, and having children outside marriage, but fewer approve of divorce. (Winerman, L. Sex, marriage and child rearing. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, December, p. 16) http://www.finebergpsychotherapy.com