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A lot of things change.
Plus how to do it the right way.
Many parents prioritize kids first, then their relationship, then themselves. Experts want you to reconsider those rankings.
If your partner can't complete a simple grocery run without calling you for help, read this.
It can be hard to spot in the moment.
If you tend to avoid letting people get too close, read this.
How did you two meet? How you answer the question can say a lot.
It's not a healthy conversation to engage with.
No. 2: An unwillingness to take personal responsibility for anything.
Anger is a normal human emotion, but when it starts to cause harm to ourselves or our relationships, it's important to take a step back and assess.
This is one thing happy couples have in common, according to relationship researchers.
Always running out of time? A psychologist offers some solutions.
We should be teaching young people to spot this stuff from the get-go.
If you ever find yourself shouting "I'm not being defensive!", we have bad news for you...
It's a less obvious, but still important, aspect to consider.
Try this routine for untethering yourself to certain places and people.
Some people struggle to put their own needs first.
It's obvious when you start to look for it.
Rule No. 1: Make your co-parenting approach 100% child-focused and child-centered.
These are not just flippant labels to throw around.