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Ways to Emotionally Re-Connect with Your Partner

Emotional intimacy plays a key role in our happiness and mental wellbeing. But the global pandemic is taking an unprecedented toll on relationships. Amid shelter-in-place recommendations, offices aligning with the WFH (work from home) model and events being cancelled, couples … Continue reading

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How to Maintain a Happy Marriage During COVID-19?

The coronavirus pandemic has put unprecedented strain on marriages. With most offices shut and people working from home, there seems to be too much time that couples are spending together. Being in close contact with each other continuously and with … Continue reading

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How to Help an Overweight Child Deal with Self Image Issues

The prevalence of obesity in children is increasing at an alarming rate. In 2016, over 41 million children below the age of 5 were overweight, according to a report by World the Health Organization. Obesity can make its way into adulthood and … Continue reading

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Ways to Develop Body Positivity

Embracing your body size is key to having a healthy mind. However, this often seems difficult and many people feel uncomfortable in their own skin, which can lead to being overwhelmed with self-destructive feelings. Feeling uncomfortable with your own body … Continue reading

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Does Your Marriage Deserve a Second Chance?

The American Community Survey has been collecting data on divorce patterns since 2008. An analysis of the data by sociologist Philip N Cohen revealed that Americans who get married in their late 20s have less than 50% chance of a … Continue reading

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Myths About Drug and Alcohol Abuse Busted

Drug and alcohol abuse is an issue that is more common that one might imagine. In 2017, almost 20 million American adults were battling some kind of substance abuse, according to National Survey on Drug Use and Health. The report … Continue reading

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5 Significant Things a Couples Therapy Session Teaches You

As of 2018, the United States recorded the sixth highest divorce rate in the world, with a marriage breaking up every 13 seconds! This is what a report by Wilkinson & Finkbeiner had to say. Such shocking statistics only leave … Continue reading

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Money Matters: 4 Financial Problems That Can Test Marriages

A Harris Poll survey cited money-related issues as the leading cause of stress in marriages, according to an article published by MarketWatch. Here are some of the major financial concerns that often become the reason for people going for couples … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Marriage Therapy

Marriage therapy is a great option for people facing issues in their marriage, with the therapy being proven to be effective in 75% of the cases, according to a American Psychological Association report mentioned on Psychology Today. You might wonder … Continue reading

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4 Myths About Couples Therapy Busted

Around 40%-50% of married couples in the United States get divorced, according to an article by the American Psychological Association. Marriage can be a beautiful thing, but, sometimes, couples face challenges that seem unsurmountable. In such situations, it could be … Continue reading

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