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Why Couples Need To Practice the Positives!


An article written by Shelley Gable, Gian Gonzaga and Amy Strachman in 2006 in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology asks the question “Will You Be There for Me When Things Go Right?” This is actually a very good question for couples to consider no matter what is happening in their lives.

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  • October 4, 2009 at 7:04 am

    Thanks for a great article on stress and recommendations for coping.
    Kids, of course, are often affected positively or negatively by a couple’s coping.
    Couples might also visit http://www.StressedFamily.com or stressedfamily.blogspot.com for more ideas on ways kids can use strengths to build resilience, and model their healthy coping after their parents’.

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    • October 5, 2009 at 9:44 pm

      Dr. Taylor: Thanks for the response to the recommendation for couples to ” Pratice the Positives.” As we mention and as you handle wonderfully on your site (stressedfamily.com ) the reciprocal impact of children and their parents ( the couple) both in terms of inevitable stress as well as the potential for handling it with resilience and love is very powerful!
      It is the message worth sending – Thanks, Suzanne

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