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Maintaining 21st Century Relationships Takes More than Romance

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(Psych Central News) A new study suggest helping with the dishes, rather than giving roses, may be a better way to enhance a 21st century relationship. While this may seem sacrilegious after Valentine’s Day, the new Open University study finds that the things that keep couples together often include small acts of compasssion. Researchers discovered simple acts of [...]

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