Human Relationships

Relationships are the pillar of human behaviour. Find out how to create the healthiest and happiest bonds. Learn how to effectively manage difficulties with your partner or family. Improve your quality of life today with all these details about social psychology, family psychology, or approaches based in couple therapy.

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Pornosexuality – What Is It?

Pornosexuality occurs because relationships between human beings are increasingly digitalized. That is, we seldom connect with other people through a direct encounter. Instead, we do so through intermediaries. In other words, through a device between one human being and another.…

Motherhood: Changes and What to Do about Them

Motherhood is a vital stage tinged with both illusion and stress. It’s an important break from the you that you used to know and your new role: the mother role. Although you may have high hopes for this new role, having…

Five Keys to Giving Emotional Support

No doubt you’ve been in a situation where someone close to you was in a difficult emotional place and you weren’t sure what to do. Obviously, giving emotional support is your priority, but that’s often easier said than done and…

Learn All about Sapiosexuality

Sapiosexuality has become a common term to describe another sexual identity. In 2014, The New York Times published that many people are more aroused by interesting conversations than by sculpted bodies. Is the nature of attraction changing? Yes, absolutely. Sapiosexuality is…

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Learn All about Postcoital Dysphoria

People who suffer from postcoital dysphoria (often called “post-sex blues”) feel incredibly sad after having sex. Their sadness might last for only a few minutes or up to several hours. You can think of it as post-sex depression. Ana makes…

How to Better Connect with People

What exactly do you need to better connect with people? What should you do to make an impact, excite others, and leave a lasting impression that helps you build long-term relationships? At some point in your life, you’ve probably wanted…

The People Around You Shape Who You Are

Although it’s easy to believe that you have control over who you are, the people around you profoundly shape who you are. There are no “neutral” environments or surroundings. Other people’s words and actions have an influence over you. It…

A Better Way To Educate and Raise Children

Although there are many different educational philosophies and methods, parents seem more lost than ever regarding child-rearing. Why is that? After 28 years as a psychologist, I believe that overprotectiveness is a barrier to putting all that available information into…

Honesty Is a Way of Life

Being honest saves time and keeps relationships healthy. If you’re honest with yourself about your limits and what you think is right, it’s much easier to get along with people and avoid uncomfortable situations. However, being sincere with yourself and others…

Gerald Patterson and His Parent-Training Model

Gerald Patterson created a parent-training model after presenting his coercion theory. With the latter, he aimed to explain the way an individual’s environment influences the onset of disruptive behaviors. Believe it or not, most of the psychological problems observed in…

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The Two Areas of Sexology

Sexology is a science that studies sex from different angles, taking into account behavior, identity, sexual orientation, and interaction. These are some of the aspects that a sexology professional has trained in, with the aim of helping solve problems that…

Feeling Lonely in Your Relationship

Feeling lonely in your relationship can be extremely painful. It hurts not knowing why your partner is acting emotionally indifferent. After all, the point of being in a relationship is to feel loved and to have your partner’s companionship. Few…

Frozen or Delayed Grief: Pain that Becomes Chronic

Frozen or delayed grief is when a person hasn’t overcome a loss. It’s mourning that becomes chronic, that you drag along with you permanently. This suffering manifests itself in various ways. It can manifest as anxiety, stress, fatigue, apathy, or…