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A woman suffering from work-related stress
It’s all too common for couples to be suffering marital disputes because of work-related stress. Work-related stress can often mire a marriage to the brink of divorce! While you may have heard these stories, avoiding your relationship from suffering the same fate requires extensive communication and boundaries. Couples who’ve been living in Palo Alto for a while learn to balance marriage with a high-pressure work environment. However, newer people moving into the area may not
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Work through the following steps alone or with a partner and create actionable goals to move forward in healthy, connective ways.
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A same-sex couple embracing
Although some states may have legalized same-sex marriage, heterosexual norms and traditions still govern society at large. Therefore, navigating through life as a same-sex couple can be challenging. Many same-sex couples struggle significantly more than their heterosexual counterparts because there are insufficient support systems around them. Institutions like family, law, and religion provide more comprehensive support to heterosexual couples than same-sex couples. Issues in Same-Sex Couplings Numerous issues arise in same-sex marriages that can cause
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To understand our attachement issues, we first need to understand our style of attachment. Some people have a single attachment style, whereas some people have different styles mixed up. Below we’ve explained the two main attachment styles:
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A cross-cultural couple showing their wedding bands
Cross-cultural marriages may be on the rise, but they come with challenges. Many people fail to comprehend how external stressors can arise when cultural clashes occur in a cross-cultural marriage. Cross-Cultural Marriage Problems Making a cross-cultural marriage can be a challenging endeavor. Numerous barriers exist which couples must overcome to ensure a healthy and happy union. There may be a language barrier if you or your partner don’t share the same language. Cross-cultural marriage problems
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