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Journal EntryHealthy relationship conflict.
In all relationships, conflict management is often a key ingredient for success.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meHow physiologic stress-management training can help your relationships at home
The skills that allow one to calm the body’s physiologic response to stress can also be applied to other areas—most notably, in one’s relationships.
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Journal Entry D source codeFamily Matters: Couple dynamics: Good or bad?
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Journal EntryFamily Matters: Deployment communication
Military families have created unique ways to maintain close communication through deployments and long duty times.
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Journal EntryBe constructive and communicate
In successful marriages, partners work out problems by talking to each other.
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Journal EntryThe effect of combat on communication
Combat is stressful. Here are some tips that can help you overcome the impact of combat on your relationships.
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Journal EntrySurvival tips for couples during the holidays #1: Positive versus negative
Learn how many positive behaviors you need to make up for one negative behavior in your relationship with your partner.
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Journal EntrySurvival tips for couples during the holidays #3: Repair
When tensions arise between you and a loved one or friend, here are some tips to help you defuse and repair the situation.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeSurvival tips for couples during the holidays #4: Friendship
A marital friendship is an important part of long-term marital satisfaction.
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Journal EntrySurvival tips for couples during the holidays #2: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” are characteristics that when present in communicating can destroy relationship satisfaction over time.
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