Karin

Dr. Karin Sternberg is a psychologist and author, wife of Bob Sternberg and mother of their triplets. Her passion is to apply research findings to the real world in order to improve people's lives. She has written as well as co-edited a number of books on love and hate as well as other topics. She loves to bring science to life for students by writing textbooks and is currently working on a Child Development textbook.

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How to Deal with Grievances in Your Relationship

A few days ago, I was asked to run for a seat on the university grievance committee of the university for which I work. I said “No!”  I could not imagine hearing grievances all day—against faculty, against administrators, really, against anyone. What’s worse than hearing grievances against other people is hearing grievances against yourself!  I …

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I’ve Always Known You’re No Good – How the Confirmation Bias Hurts Your Relationship

Harry and Jeannette had a generally happy marriage.  But they did have one sticking point.  When Harry and Jeannette married, they had finally agreed on a pact: no kids.  Both of them were on the second time around.  Harry had two children from his first marriage; Jeannette didn’t.  Jeannette would have liked to have a …

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