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Article Parental differential treatment, child’s externalizing behavior and sibling relationships: Bridging links with child’s perception of favoritism and. The Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (JSPR) is an international and interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes the highest quality original research on social and personal relationships..
about himself/herself that a person communicates verbally to another person (Cozby, 1973). The content of self-disclosure may include highly sensitive information, as well as less inti- A new University of Guelph study has revealed that people in open relationships are as happy as their coupled-up counterparts Jun 28, 2018 in Social Sciences
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Findings appearing in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships show people who believe they resulted from unwanted or unplanned pregnancies tend to have more insecure relationship styles. Bob Dylan’s (1975) song Shelter from the Storm portrays close relationships as warm, nurturant sanctuaries against the cold, harsh realities of everyday. MEN IN UNHAPPY RELATIONSHIPS 2 Abstract Research suggests men are reluctant to seek couple therapy. Parnell and Hammer (2018) established the utility of the theory of planned behavior (TPB) in explaining men’s relationship.
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