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Jennifer Priem Ph.D.
The number one question is, "What do I say when someone is upset?" There isn't one perfect message, but there are strategies that will severely improve the way you provide support.
Chronic stress has catastrophic effects on our health and severely alters how we interpret the support we receive. Learn strategies to bypass stress and provide effective support.
Remove the stress of not knowing how to best love your partner. Talk about love languages.
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Jennifer Priem, Ph.D., is an associate professor of communications at Wake Forest University who studies the interplay between interpersonal communication, stress, and health.