Tag Archive for: relationships

25
Feb

Today’s Wall Street Journal has an essay by Kate Stone Lombardi about the benefits of strong mother-son relationships.  I couldn’t agree more with her. In fact, research shows that boys suffer when they separate prematurely from their mothers and benefit from closeness in myriad ways throughout their lives A study published in Child Development involving almost 6,000 […]

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19
Dec

How many friends do you really have, and where are these friends?  This recent article by Ned Potter of ABC News indicated some trends and research findings that I find disturbing: We may “friend” more people on Facebook, but we have fewer real friends– the kind who would help us out in tough times, listen sympathetically no […]

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13
Dec

Original Post 1-31-08 Although”officially” Karen and began dating the summer before I went off to college, we dated each other throughout college and she was my “steady” (a term probably unheard of on today’s college campuses. So once again, I felt like I was a Neanderthal when I read this in today’s Wall Street Journal: […]

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