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Me, You, and Us: We-Ness and Couple Identity

Is Cohabitation Still Linked to Greater Odds of Divorce?

Political Party and Relationship Quality

What a Groundbreaking Study Using 43 Data Sets Reveals About Relationship Satisfaction

3 Keys to a Healthy Relationship in the Shadow of Coronavirus

When Wants Conflict with Needs: A Response to David Brooks

3 Questions That Can Clarify Commitment: A Response to Mandy Len Catron

Cruising at Altitude: Reconciling a High Divorce Rate with High Marital Satisfaction Ratings

Premarital Cohabitation Is Still Associated With Greater Odds of Divorce

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