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Do married millennials cheat on each other?
Olga Khazan - The Atlantic, 1 May 2019. [07-05-2019]
For young couples these days, there seems to be more adulting, less adultery.
Therapists know the real problem why couples go to counseling
Shana Lebowitz - Business Insider, 10 December 2017. [10-12-2017]
Couples say the main reasons they come to therapy are money, sex, and parenting. But one therapist says the real reason is that each person is frustrated in their search for validation.
We expect too much from our romantic partners
Olga Khazan - The Atlantic, 27 September 2017. [01-10-2017]
A new book explores how marriage has changed in recent years, and why that’s made staying married harder.
Survey shows parents need date nights
Julia Sherwin - The Times Herald, 26 December 2015. [26-12-2015]
With New Year’s Eve just days away, the author was curious about the parents who were opting for a sitter and a night on the town.
Getting your marriage back on track after a baby
Anna Hodgekiss - Daily Mail, 3 September 2015. [03-09-2015]
With the sleep deprivation and chaos that follows the arrival of a first child, many couples fear adding to their brood might only make matters worse. But having baby number two actually helps to restore normality, controversial new research suggests. This is because the transition period often isn’t as long for the second baby, US psychologists say.
Tough love advice from marriage therapists
Brittany Wong - The Huffington Post, 31 August 2015. [31-08-2015]
A marriage therapist’s job is to listen to couples’ frustrations and try to help each spouse work through his or her issues. Sometimes, that requires doling out some tough love, hard-to-hear advice. 10 marriage therapists share the most blunt — but constructive! — piece of advice they’ve ever given a couple during a session.
Are you parenting with a narcissist?
Lambeth Hochwald - Yahoo, 19 February 2015. [21-02-2015]
If you’ve ever been with a partner who can’t seem to tune into your feelings, does everything for their own ends, and requires constant admiration and attention but can’t give the same to you or your kids, you’re likely sharing your life with a narcissist, characterized as someone who lacks empathy and the capacity to love.
The science of happily ever after: How millennials beat the odds to find love
Ty Tashiro - Time, 28 April 2014. [10-05-2014]
Millennials know that living happily ever after is a long shot, but they’re not giving up. Here are some of the strategies young people are using to find love.
Americans’ Views on Dating and Relationships
Anna Brown - Pew Research Center, August 2020. [22-08-2020]
Nearly half of US adults say dating has gotten harder for most people in the last 10 years, and a majority of women say they have experienced harassing behavior from someone they went on a date with.
10 How adults can promote young people’s healthy relationships...
Harvard University - Making Caring Common Project, July 2017. [05-07-2017]
Many adults —especially parents— often fret about youth and the ‘hook-up culture.’ But research suggests that far fewer young people are ‘hooking up’ than we are commonly led to believe. This focus on the hook-up culture also obscures two much bigger issues that many young people appear to be struggling with: forming and maintaining healthy romantic relationships and dealing with widespread misogyny and sexual harassment.
11 Couples on the brink
Harry Benson and Steve McKay - Marriage Foundation, February 2017. [23-02-2017]
This analysis provides robust evidence that unhappiness is relatively rare, and that unhappiness is rarely permanent. Couples most at risk are those who are either unsure about their happiness or unsure whether their relationship stands on the brink or not. It analyzes data from a Millennium Cohort Study sample of some 10,000 mothers who had babies in the year 2000 or 2001.
12 Lasting couple relationships: Recent findings
R. P and J. C., Australian I. of Family Studies, June 2014. [23-12-2014]
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.
13 Make room for passion
Ikea [19-03-2018]
This new Belgian spot shows a couple of older figure skaters once again enjoying ‘skating’ and reliving their passion, showing something that parents need to do from time to time.
14 Does love last forever?
Cochlear Australia and New Zealand [12-02-2017]
Short film with two different outcomes, depending on your hearing ability. It’s a hearing test in disguise – based around a love story that follows the lives of a couple over 40 years.
15 Finding the right guy
Enterprise Rent-A-Car [09-06-2015]
A joke on how to face the family pressure about finding a nice boy by renting a car to Enterprise, because they are always ready to go the extra mile.
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