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Posts from ‘October, 2015’

Movie Date Night Can Double as Therapy

Movie Date Night Can Double as Therapy by Tara Parker-Pope, February 10, 2014, The New York Times   Sometimes movies, like therapy, can spark the discussions that couples need to move their relationships forward.

Love and Pain Relief

Love and Pain Relief Tara Parker-Pope, October 13, 2010, The New York Times   Studies show that love activates the reward system and reduces pain.

Love Well: The Ambivalent Marriage Takes a Toll on Health

Love Well The Ambivalent Marriage Takes a Toll on Health by Tara Parker-Pope, October 26, 2015, The New York Times   Ambivalence in a marriage is sometimes inevitable, but research shows that couples with mixed levels of support and negativity pay a price in terms of health compared to those in fully supportive marriages.