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Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

Self-sabotage! How fears create self-fulfilling prophecies, the cycle of self-sabotage, and how to prevent it. Includes an assessment.

How to deal with annoying habits of your partner. Not all annoying habits are alike -- there are five types.  How you deal with them depends on the type. Includes a worksheet.

Where's your relationship headed? Explore the future of your relationship.

 

Dating

Want to get closer to someone? Do this.

The secret to connecting meaningfully with your partner.

Not looking forward to Valentine’s Day? We’ve got some tips for you.

Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Power imbalances in your relationship. 4 ways to make your relationship work anyway.

Long-distance relationship. 9 ways to make it work.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

5 questions to evaluate your relationship. You can’t know for sure what your partner feels for you. Here are the questions you should ask instead.

Falling hard for a partner? Keep these things in mind. Attractiveness does not make a great partner. Some things to consider, and things that happy couples have in common.

Dealing with the unpredictability of relationships. Relationships, like life itself, are sometimes unpredictable. This can provoke anxiety, and sometimes surprise events can even throw your relationship off track. Here’s how to deal with the unpredictability and increase the stability of your relationship at the same time.

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

2 important truths that promote long-term happiness. Relationships can be complicated. But when you understand that love is dynamic and your love stories are flexible enough to adjust to the circumstances, you can build a stable relationship.

Paranoid about your relationship? Suspicions may be healthy, paranoia is not. If you think you may feel somewhat paranoid, get advice here.

Self-sabotage! How fears create self-fulfilling prophecies, the cycle of self-sabotage, and how to prevent it. Includes an assessment.

How to deal with annoying habits of your partner. Not all annoying habits are alike -- there are five types.  How you deal with them depends on the type. Includes a worksheet.

Annoying habits. Some ways to deal with them.

Your conversations with your partner tell a lot about whether you have a promising relationship. Ask yourself these questions to see if you’re with the right partner.

Why it's hard to predict the outcome of a relationship. Or: The role of luck in relationships.

Are you with a narcissist? Here’s how to find out and what to do.

When is it too early to date a new partner? You’ve got four options.

Control and power balance in relationships. The five ways in which power can be distributed in a relationship and how (or if) they work in the long term.

Trying to predict the future of your relationship? Here’s what we think will happen.

How to end a relationship. Do it right if you have to do it.

Relationship trap: Actor-observer effect. You think and act differently when you make a mistake than when your partner makes a mistake. But you’re not aware of it.

Troublesome love stories. In our work, we have identified some love stories (that is, preconceptions, ideas, and beliefs about relationships) that often set couples up for failure.

Happiness in your relationship. What really matters.

Stress. 10 ideas to deal with it now so it doesn’t affect your relationship.

Lonely in your relationship? Try these 5 strategies.

Looking for perfection in your partner? Consider this (this is about the art story).

The key to your happiness? Your love stories – they influence your thoughts and behaviors, dreams and hopes. But you’re likely not aware of them.

Is your relationship based mostly on passion? Read this.

Trying to get their phone number? Use music to your advantage.

Predicting the success of your relationship: Why you know more than you think, and why you don’t act on your knowledge

Pre-marriage and commitment

Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Control and power balance in relationships. The five ways in which power can be distributed in a relationship and how (or if) they work in the long term.

“Musts” and “wants” to help you navigate your relationship. Learn to look out for your own as well as your partner’s interests by taking “musts” and “wants” into account.

7 secrets to a happy relationship. Includes 7-secrets workbook.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

A guide to listening to your partner.

5 questions to evaluate your relationship. You can’t know for sure what your partner feels for you. Here are the questions you should ask instead.

Dealing with the unpredictability of relationships. You’re planning to spend your life together. But relationships, just like life itself, are sometimes unpredictable. Here’s how to deal with the unpredictability and increase the stability of your relationship at the same time.

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

Are you lying to yourself about your relationship? Planning for the future requires that you see things clearly. Do you, or do you not dare to admit to yourself the truth about your relationship? Check it out here.

2 important truths that promote long-term happiness. Relationships can be complicated. But when you understand that love is dynamic and your love stories are flexible enough to adjust to the circumstances, you can build a stable relationship. 

Paranoid about your relationship? Suspicions may be healthy, paranoia is not. If you think you may feel somewhat paranoid, get advice here.

How to deal with annoying habits of your partner. Not all annoying habits are alike -- there are five types.  How you deal with them depends on the type. Includes a worksheet.

Annoying habits. Some ways to deal with them.

This is how relationships end. Being aware of it can help you prevent relationship decay.

Your conversations with your partner tell a lot about whether you have a promising relationship. Ask yourself these questions to see if you’re on the right path.

Are you with a narcissist? Here’s how to find out and what to do.

The path toward the end of your relationship. Learn about how dissolution cascades keep you going down, and how to prevent entering a dissolution cascade (or get out of it).

Positive and negative interactions are not equal. How many positives do you need to make up for one negative?

Relationship trap: Actor-observer effect. You think and act differently when you make a mistake than when your partner makes a mistake. But you’re not aware of it.

Troublesome love stories. In our work, we have identified some love stories (that is, preconceptions, ideas, and beliefs about relationships) that often set couples up for failure.

Happiness in your relationship. What really matters.

Stress. 10 ideas to deal with it now so it doesn’t affect your relationship.

The key to your happiness? Your love stories – they influence your thoughts and behaviors, dreams and hopes. But you’re likely not aware of them.

Staying happy together

How to be happier in your relationship (without involving your partner). Read about some easy tricks that help you find happiness in your relationship without your partner having to do a thing!

5 low-effort ways to enhance your relationship. Learn how little changes in your everyday life can make a big difference to your relationship.

7 secrets to a happy relationship. Includes 7-secrets workbook.

The secret to connecting meaningfully with your partner.

Need some ideas for Valentine’s Day? We’ve got you covered!

Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Long-distance relationship. 9 ways to make it work.

Passion in long-term relationships – 5 things you need to know. Find out how passion changes as your relationship develops and discover surprising tips to help you sustain or reignite your passion

“Musts” and “wants” to help you navigate your relationship. Learn to look out for your own as well as your partner’s interests by taking “musts” and “wants” into account.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

3 Lessons on a beautiful long-term relationship. Bob used to collect coins, but his collection ended up teaching him about love.

Your network matters for your relationship. Sometimes, external factors can strain a relationship. The people around you are one such factor. How do they influence your relationship? Includes a quiz.

5 questions to evaluate your relationship. You can’t know for sure what your partner feels for you. Here are the questions you should ask instead.

Dealing with the unpredictability of relationships. Relationships, like life itself, are sometimes unpredictable. This can provoke anxiety, and sometimes surprise events can even throw your relationship off track. Here’s how to deal with the unpredictability and increase the stability of your relationship at the same time.

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

2 important truths that promote long-term happiness. Relationships can be complicated. But when you understand that love is dynamic and your love stories are flexible enough to adjust to the circumstances, you can build a stable relationship.

A guide to listening to your partner.

Paranoid about your relationship? Suspicions may be healthy, paranoia is not. If you think you may feel somewhat paranoid, get advice here.

How to deal with annoying habits of your partner. Not all annoying habits are alike -- there are five types.  How you deal with them depends on the type. Includes a worksheet.

Annoying habits. Some ways to deal with them.

Your conversations with your partner tell a lot about whether you have a promising relationship. Ask yourself these questions to see if you’re on the right path.

Control and power balance in relationships. The five ways in which power can be distributed in a relationship and how (or if) they work in the long term.

Positive and negative interactions are not equal. How many positives do you need to make up for one negative?

Happiness in your relationship. What really matters.

Stress. 10 ideas to deal with it now so it doesn’t affect your relationship.

Lonely in your relationship? Try these 5 strategies.

Forgiveness. Some thoughts.

The key to your happiness? Your love stories – they influence your thoughts and behaviors, dreams and hopes. But you’re likely not aware of them.

Conflict

How to calm down quickly when you’re upset. Learn some easy techniques to calm down quickly when you need it

“Musts” and “wants” to help you navigate your relationship. Learn to look out for your own as well as your partner’s interests by taking “musts” and “wants” into account.

Conflict styles and how to use mindfulness for conflict resolution.

Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Power imbalances in your relationship. 4 ways to make your relationship work anyway.

How to deal with tough conflicts. Learn about the step-down style to help you deal with conflicts

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

Are you lying to yourself about your relationship? Sometimes, relationship matters seem muddy and unclear because you do not allow yourself to see things as they really are. Do you dare to admit to yourself the truth about your relationship? Check it out here.

Paranoid about your relationship? Suspicions may be healthy, paranoia is not. If you think you may feel somewhat paranoid, get advice here.

Do you keep returning to an abuser? Here are the signs of abuse, why victims return to their abuse, and how to break the cycle.

Self-sabotage! How fears create self-fulfilling prophecies, the cycle of self-sabotage, and how to prevent it. Includes an assessment.

How to deal with annoying habits of your partner. Not all annoying habits are alike -- there are five types.  How you deal with them depends on the type. Includes a worksheet.

Annoying habits. Some ways to deal with them.

Are you with a narcissist? Here’s how to find out and what to do.

The path toward the end of your relationship. How dissolution cascades keep you going down, and how to prevent entering a dissolution cascade (or get out of it).

Have a destructive habit? Yes, you can change! The secret to changing it is to make a decision every single day. We’ve got some tips.

Power balance in a relationship. Why it matters, how it works, and how to restore it. Plus: A power balance quiz.

Control and power balance in relationships. The five ways in which power can be distributed in a relationship and how (or if) they work in the long term.

Power imbalances in your relationship. 4 ways to make your relationship work anyway.

Relationship trap: Seeking confirming evidence only for what you already believe.

Relationship trap: Actor-observer effect. You think and act differently when you make a mistake than when your partner makes a mistake. But you’re not aware of it.

Troublesome love stories. In our work, we have identified some love stories (that is, preconceptions, ideas, and beliefs about relationships) that often set couples up for failure.

Jealousy and envy. What it is and how to deal with it.

Infidelity/cheating – did you know there are actually different kinds of infidelity? Find out more here.

Infidelity/cheating. The top reasons people cheat and what you can do when it happens.

Abuse in relationships: People who get abused often go from one abusive relationship to the next. Why is that, and what you can do?

You think about your own shortcomings in a different way than about those of your partner. Psychology explains why we attribute different reasons to our own behavior than that of our partner, and what you can do about it.

You’ve started to see your relationship in a negative light. Here’s what might be going on and how you can change it.

Separation and divorce

Do you have a toxic partner? Learn about the “dark triad” and take a quiz to see if you are with a toxic partner.

Paranoid about your relationship? Suspicions may be healthy, paranoia is not. If you think you may feel somewhat paranoid, get advice here.

Do you keep returning to an abuser? Here are the signs of abuse, why victims return to their abuse, and how to break the cycle.

This is how relationships end. Being aware of it can help you prevent relationship decay.

The path toward the end of your relationship. How dissolution cascades keep you going down, and how to prevent entering a dissolution cascade (or get out of it).

How to end a relationship. Do it right if you have to do it.

It’s over. 5 things to do and 5 things not to do.

Troublesome love stories. In our work, we have identified some love stories (that is, preconceptions, ideas, and beliefs about relationships) that often set couples up for failure.

6 ways to deal with a breakup.

Love or let go? Here's what you need to consider.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? If you are unsure which way to go, use our toolbox packed with a personal relationship assessment, workbooks and checklists to help you make a responsible decision you won't regret.

Wellness

How to calm down quickly when you’re upset. Learn some easy techniques to calm down quickly when you need it.

Want to comfort a loved one? Here’s what to do and what not to do.

Have a destructive habit? Yes, you can change! The secret to changing it is to make a decision every single day. We’ve got some tips.

Stress. 10 ideas to deal with it now so it doesn’t affect your relationship.

Forgiveness. Some thoughts.

How to practice mindfulness in your relationship.

Get started with mindfulness

Love stories

2 important truths that promote long-term happiness. Relationships can be complicated. But when you understand that love is dynamic and your love stories are flexible enough to adjust to the circumstances, you can build a stable relationship.

Troublesome love stories. In our work, we have identified some love stories (that is, preconceptions, ideas, and beliefs about relationships) that often set couples up for failure.

Looking for perfection in your partner? Consider this (this article is about the art story of love).

The key to your happiness? Your love stories – they influence your thoughts and behaviors, dreams and hopes. But you’re likely not aware of them.

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