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Lasting couple relationships: Recent findings


This study reviews recent research findings into couples in long-term relationships (married and de facto) that provide insight into the couple relationship over time. It addresses aspects of couple relationships such as commitment, personality traits, transitioning to parenthood, health, and relationship satisfaction. The aim of this paper is to inform practitioners and other professionals working with couples in an educative or therapeutic context.

[R. P and J. C., Australian I. of Family Studies, June 2014.]


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