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Love
The gist of this post is this: “It seems to me obvious that the more people you meet, the more likely it is that you will meet and marry someone appropriate. If you really want to meet and marry someone.”   Carolyn Kaufman Psy.D., writes for Psychology today, and answers questions like: What changes can...
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Our Matchmakers
  The science behind long lasting love, click here for the New York Post article  Gottman Institue Number One Thing on the Biggest Predictor to Divorce   MatchmakersMatchmaking Service headquartered in Orange County and San Francisco Bay Area, serving clients all over the US, Canada and London
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We’re always on top of what’s happening in the dating industry, both online and offline. So we recently attended the idate conference in Los Angeles in which we saw some interesting things. 👉🏽Apps encouraging more offline with events and meet ups, others having your friends endorse you and others continuing the gamification route. All in...
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On the Happiness of Others | An Honest Blog
“How do I know when I’ve found The One?” This idea of finding “The One” is problematic for relationships. The paradox of choice creates a real sense of anxiety for people looking to find a long-term partner. The expectations of one person to satisfy all of our many emotional, physical, and spiritual needs is a...
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How to Avoid Killing Each Other Over Chores
According to psychologists, there are four attachment strategies people adopt: secure, anxious, avoidant, and anxious-avoidant. Mark Mason’s blog post did a great job at defining this area of psychology that describes the nature of emotional attachment between humans. It begins as children with our attachment to our parents. The nature of this attachment, and how...
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