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How to Be a Better Spouse

How to Be a Better Spouse | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Being nice, paying attention and praising a partner’s strengths all pay off in a long-term relationship
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The Feel-Good Gene

The Feel-Good Gene | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Those of us who don’t have this natural bliss benefit are more likely to be anxious, and to self-medicate.
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Memo to Therapists: It’s Not Me, It’s You

Memo to Therapists: It’s Not Me, It’s You | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Even in an age of online relationships, “breaking up” with a therapist is hard to do.
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How to debunk false beliefs without having it backfire

Why misinformation sticks in your brain as if it's true.
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How to Tell if You’re in the Wrong Relationship

How to Tell if You’re in the Wrong Relationship | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
... and how can you tell if the next one will be any better?
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How much more attention do men pay to... - Psychology Today | Facebook

How much more attention do men pay to women in heels? The answer is pretty shocking.
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Hard Work, Hard Times: Self-control and Joblessness

Hard Work, Hard Times: Self-control and Joblessness | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Does self-discipline today really pay off later in life -- in jobs, paychecks, promotions and bonuses, professional prestige and wealth?
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Teaching children self control pays off later in life .. In jobs, pay checks, promotions and bonuses..
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Writing Your Way to Happiness

Writing Your Way to Happiness | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Some researchers believe that by writing and then editing our own stories, we can change our perceptions of ourselves and identify obstacles that stand in the way of better health.
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To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This

To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
What happens if you decide that falling in love is not something that happens to you, but something that you do?
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Study Finds More Reasons to Get and Stay Married

Study Finds More Reasons to Get and Stay Married | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Even as fewer people are marrying, the disadvantages of remaining single have broad implications.
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How accepting your ‘bad’ moods can actually make you happier

How accepting your ‘bad’ moods can actually make you happier | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
What if you stopped trying so hard to be happy and embraced the whole you, bad moods and all? Author Todd Kashdan says it will probably make you happier
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I had anorexia – but not because I wanted to look like a fashion model | Hadley Freeman

I had anorexia – but not because I wanted to look like a fashion model | Hadley Freeman | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
A French plan to ban skinny women from the catwalk ignores the fact that anorexia is an illness. We need to look at the causes not outcomes of self-loathing
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Mindfulness holds promise for treating depression

Mindfulness holds promise for treating depression | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
New research suggests that practicing
mindfulness may help prevent a depression relapse.
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Divorce Rate Cut in Half for Couples Who Discussed Relationship Movies :: News :: University of Rochester

Divorce Rate Cut in Half for Couples Who Discussed Relationship Movies :: News :: University of Rochester | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Discussing five relationship movies over a month could cut the three-year-divorce rate for newlyweds in half, researchers say.
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Study: This May Be the Best Way to Keep Couples Together

Study: This May Be the Best Way to Keep Couples Together | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
Five evenings early in a relationship may be all you need.
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How much more attention do men pay to... - Psychology Today | Facebook

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10 Thinking Errors That Will Crush Your Mental Strength

10 Thinking Errors That Will Crush Your Mental Strength | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
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How to Make Yourself Go to the Gym

How to Make Yourself Go to the Gym | Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy | Scoop.it
The principle of pay-now, work-out-later is great for gyms, but less so for their customers. Economists look at other ways to encourage exercise.
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