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Relationship compatibility and stability
Mariana Bockarova Ph.D.
What makes an ideal partner?
Is there hope for people who attach in a disorganized way?
This common piece of advice isn't for everyone, or every situation.
New research shows whether we really tend to be creatures of habit in romance.
Could this displacement be holding you back?
How ideal partner preferences get in the way of meaningful relationships.
Could this theory help explain successful pairings?
What is the litmus test for self-respect?
When does shopping become "compulsive buying"?
Research shows that these two factors play a large role in feeling most festive during the holiday season.
New research helps explain why we stay even when we want to go.
What new research tells us about the effects of wearing makeup.
What changes are worth waiting for in a romantic partner?
Does a sudden shift in focus mean you or your partner want 'out'?
Feeling bored in your relationship and not sure why? It may come down to a few reasons, which all have a quick fix!
How an unconventional method may help your marriage.
What feelings are normal in a volatile workplace?
When should you convince colleagues that your way is the best way?
How do five myths emerging from childhood contribute to "garden variety" narcissism?
How many of these characteristics are in your relationship?
Not sure where to draw the line on socializing with work colleagues? Read this.
Anxious about making a big career change? Here are the do's and dont's!
What are the long-term effects of intimate partner violence?
Insider secrets for getting the job.
Break ups . . . a matter of a familiar script?
Planning an end-of-summer trip? Here's how to protect yourself from jet lag!
Making the principles of persuasion work for you.
Insight into why weddings might be particularly fraught for women.
Having a hard time moving on? Finding new meaning can make all the difference.
What is closure, really, and why do we need it to move on?
Mariana Bockarova, Ph.D., is a researcher at the University of Toronto.