Meagan McDonald - The University of Texas at Austin Meagan’s research evaluates how individuals’ internal working models, or beliefs about the way relationships work, affect individuals' behaviors in relationships. Specifically, her work focuses on implicit theories of … [Read more...] about How Do People Share The News About Their Engagements?
As part of our exclusive survey on engagements and weddings in the 21st century, we asked participants about the type of location and venue they’d like to be married (i.e., their ideal) and where they were (actually) married. The results from this portion of the survey are … [Read more...] about Where’s The Wedding?
From the moment two people decide to get married through their wedding day, partners face a host of unique experiences during their engagement period, including more in-depth interactions with in-laws, making important joint financial decisions, and preparing for a publically … [Read more...] about From Saying “Yes” to Saying “I Do”: An Exclusive Series on Being Engaged and Getting Married
image soure: www.telegraph.co.uk/women/mother-tongue/9041460/Monogamy-safer-than-polygamy.html After her husband of 18 years reveals that he has gotten a vasectomy, successful magazine journalist Robin Rinaldi comes to the sinking realization that she will not have the family … [Read more...] about Is Marriage Really Synonymous with Monogamy?
My husband had a friend who loved himself - a lot. In fact, you could say he was a narcissist. He had so much self-love around his capabilities and appearance, that he initially convinced women that he was a great catch. But soon they realized that he wasn't a catch at all. He … [Read more...] about 6 Signs You Love Yourself Too Much (And How That Will KILL Your Dating Life)