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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Challenge #3: Make it a week without negativity!

In this week’s blog post, I have written about how having a negative attitude toward your partner and unduly or overly criticizing them comes easily in the muddle of everyday life, but is also something that undoubtedly will have a very negative effect on the relationship between the two of you. So this week, make

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Challenge #2: As time goes by, keep your relationship happy

This week, I’ve talked in my blog post about how relationships change over time, and often do so in an unnoticeable way. And then some day, it’s like you wake up and don’t recognize your own relationship anymore. Don’t let that happen! Look at the following questions and answer them. If you find you are

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Challenge of the Week #1: Make yourself happy when you’re not! (Or help your partner get out of a funk!)

Daily life in your relationship is a lot smoother when you don’t have to deal with a grouch. It’s also easier when you are not a grouch yourself! This week’s challenge is to make yourself happy or help your loved one be happy again, particularly when things aren’t going the way you wish they would. 

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