RELATIONSHIPS

RELATIONSHIPS

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  1. The Family Affair S4
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    47:55minutes

    Ep 5: The Stress Never Ends

    How do parents deal with disappointment and self-doubt while building big dreams for their children? For them, the stress never ends.
  2. Marriage

    Commentary: How do you know if it's time to get married?

    Nobody wants to settle, says psychology professor at Monmouth University Gary W Lewandowski Jr.
  3. More protection for victims abused by intimate partners: Shanmugam | Video
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    03:02minutes

    More protection for victims abused by intimate partners: Shanmugam | Video

    Victims of abuse by their close partners and who face possible violence might soon be able to get an expedited protection order within 24 hours, ...
  4. pixel heart,love

    Commentary: How some have life-hacked their way to love

    You can hack your way to find love by applying a data-centric approach but that relationship might not last, says Joseph Reagle from Northeastern ...
  5. Teaching kids to create, not consume, through upcycling

    Commentary: Turning trash into treasure - teaching kids to create, not consume, through upcycling

    Children's book author Sophia Huang found that upcycling has taught her children and her to have a certain mindfulness about the environment.
  6. file photo phone woman 1

    Commentary: Why breaking up in the Facebook era is hard to do

    Social media has become an irrefutable part of the way we live. It has also changed the way we love, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  7. couple in bed (from pixabay, no credit required)

    Commentary: Adultery is wrong but still prevalent

    Surveys show solid disapproval of adultery in every country yet it remains prevalent. Marriage isn’t the permanent or sacred institution it was, ...
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    Commentary: Reclaiming conversation in the age of Facebook

    While Mark Zuckerberg has had to explain how Facebook protects users’ personal data, perhaps we should think more deeply why we’re still using it ...