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Journal Entry D source codeTrust and be trusted
Trust is core to good relationships. It often doesn’t happen instantly, but here are some strategies to help you start to believe in others whom you want to trust.
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Journal EntryCouples communication 101
It’s easy to get off track in communicating with your partner. To stay on course, be aware of these common pitfalls and actively work on communicating well.
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Journal EntryHow breaking up can be good for you
To help you get over a breakup, try reflecting on the positive aspects of the split and then writing about it.
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Journal Entry PS documentAdd years to your life with strong relationships
Good friends and family do more than make life worth living. These relationships also might help you live longer!
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Journal Entry“Bromances” and stress
What does the behavior of rats suggest about how “bromances” might help men under stress?
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Journal EntryWhat makes an effective apology?
You messed up and now you’re trying to “make it right.” Learn how to apologize.
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Journal Entry Troff documentPremarital education helps marriages last
What helps an “I do” last forever? Find out what couples can gain from a premarital education program.
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Journal EntryWorld Suicide Prevention Day
World Suicide Prevention Day is on September 10. Know what to say and how to help a suicidal family member, friend, or colleague.
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Journal EntryDeployment injuries, sex, and intimacy
How does a couple keep their relationship strong through separations and deployments? How can deployment-related injuries affect their sex life? Learn how spouses and partners can help.
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Journal EntryNon-traditional gifts worth giving
This holiday season, try giving in ways that can make a lasting impact on your loved ones and yourself, and enhance your relationships. Learn more.
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