(Exploring Your Mind) Finding a suitable (and respectful) way to correct a person who maintains a wrong idea is something everyone should learn to do. After all, fake news abounds, meaning it’s very easy to take them as facts. What’s truly complex and what you should fight against is that disease that afflicts so many people in the world: the need to be right.
(Exploring Your Mind) Many times, you might ask yourself what motivates a certain person’s behavior. With this question in mind, Murray and McClelland discovered that humans have to meet a certain series of needs.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Being assertive in your interactions with others can help you avoid conflict while protecting your interests and others’ rights.
(Exploring Your Mind) Making decisions as a couple is a delicate balancing act. In this article, we show you how to do it the best possible way.
(Exploring Your Mind) In relationships, both partners need to have power. You need to make decisions and, many times, people won’t share the same needs, preferences, or desires. In cases like these, power struggles manifest themselves.
(Exploring Your Mind) Assertive communication is a fundamental element for couples. In fact, it’s the basis of any relationship. But how can you improve it and the role you play in yours?
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(Exploring Your Mind) You must save your energy when it comes to dealing with difficult people. This implies not having a breakdown, maintaining your good self-esteem, and controlling your emotions so you don’t become overcome by anger or frustration.
(Science Daily) How did the almost 6000 languages of the world come into being?
(Exploring Your Mind) Negotiating is often a very difficult art. In this article, we’ll look at the Deutsch and Krauss experiment.
(Nikki Harper) Relationships are not easy. All couples argue, whether they’ve only just met or have been together for decades. Even the most stable couples are still two individual people, who will have different views, wishes and ideas at least some of the time during their relationship. However, new research suggests that the happiest couples tend to argue in a distinct way, which could account for their ongoing happiness.
(Ronald Frederick, Ph.D) By the time I was 20, I already understood that there was more to this thing called love than meets the eye. While falling in love was easy, the staying there and making it work proved elusive.
(Exploring Your Mind) These guidelines for dealing with conflict in your relationship focus on simple attitudes and behaviors. Although we often forget to consider these things, they can really make the difference between resolving the conflict and making it worse.
(Justin Deschamps) Persuasion often gets a bad wrap. We’re exposed to a constant onslaught of media attempting influence our buying choices, political views, and relationship values. Understanding these things helps us guard against coercive influences. What’s more, we can also learn how to interact with others, using persuasion techniques that are respectful.
(Tina Gilbertson) Avoid these common texting mistakes that hurt relationships.
(Amy Debrucque) This type of communication builds a false sense of security.