Interesting Facts About Psychology Related to Relationships

Narrow bed.

Spouses should sleep separately or on a very wide bed for their mental and physical health, to get good sleep, and for a healthy environment in the family.

Scientists studying sleep problems have found that 30-40% of couples sleep in different beds.

And that’s actually good because poor quality sleep can lead to divorce.

Therefore, if you want to keep your relationship strong, make sure you sleep well.

What other things do you think can predict an upcoming divorce or help avoid it?

After the age of 32, the chances of getting a divorce increase by five percent each year of age at marriage.

They are more likely to divorce than those who tie the knot in their late 20s.

Thirty-three percent of people who date online form a relationship, 33% do not, and 33% give up.

Post-breakup individuals experience self-concept change and reduced self-concept clarity. They not only feel pain over the loss of their partner but also changes in themselves.

Studies show that happiness is contagious. Therefore, it can be difficult to walk away from a partner who is happy, or not love those who are happy mainly because they are so pleasant to be around.

Heartbreak is a real thing. It is also known as broken heart syndrome, and the symptoms are similar to a heart attack.

Workplace romances are more likely to result in marriage than a couple who met in any other way—even meeting through friends.

It's hard to let go

If you just can't shake a breakup, don't beat yourself up.

Romantic rejection is not unlike kicking an addiction, according to 2010 research in Journal of Neurophysiology.

The researchers looked at people who had recently experienced a breakup and who said they were still in love with their exes.

The participants underwent brain scans while looking at photographs of their former flames, as well as photographs of other friends and acquaintances.

When looking at their lost love, the volunteers showed brain activity in a region called the ventral tegmental area, which sits in the midbrain.

This area is known to be activated when people are in love, and in situations involving motivation and reward.

Other reward- and addiction-centered areas, including the nucleus accumbens in the forebrain, also became more active.

The good news is that the strength of the activity faded with time, the researchers reported.

No matter how stubbornly the brain holds on, it eventually lets go.

What it means when...a man stops trying.

It means something is missing in the relationship. What’s missing is something he needs in order to feel fully alive as a man.

That missing thing is what I want to tell you about. It’s an obsession all men have.

But they rarely talk about it unless they are a psychologist with a Ph.D. in masculinity and male psychological needs and drives.

But once you know about it, it’s really easy to see how you can use it to your advantage.

When a man stops trying…it’s because he has no outlet for this “obsession”…or at least not in his relationship with you.

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