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The Psychology of Loving Relationships

The Psychology  of Loving Relationships –

I see love as not romantic nor do I see love as chocolate, and surely not as flowers that die and wither up! I see love as perseverance. Love is long-suffering and “true” love is forever.  The psychology of love in my eyes is simple – Love is a noun, love is an adverb, love is a verb, love can be a conjunction, love is an adjective and love can be a past participle. And most definitely, a dangling participle. Indeed, the psychology of a loving relationship can fall into any grammatical category. Or simply put by Paul McCartney in the song:The End: And in the end, the love you take Is equal to the love you make…”

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The psychology or Love and Relationships
husband:
come on jump in babe… Jump in! You’re not still upset about the gift I got you? I told you, I could only find my size socks. Come on, its MY vacation, let’s have some fun… Come on the water is safe.
 
Caption: Some are meant to be together forever… Others not so much.
 
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Chato Stewart

Chato Stewart has a mission, to draw and use humor as a positive tool to live, to cope with the debilitating effects symptoms of mental illness. Chato Stewart is a Mental Health Hero and Advocate. Recovery Peer Specialist board-certified in Florida. Chato is the artist behind the cartoons series Mental Health Humor, Over-Medicated, and The Family Stew - seen here in his blog posts. The cartoons are drawn from his personal experience of living with bipolar disorder (and other labels). info@mentalhealthhumor.com


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Stewart, C. (2013). The Psychology of Loving Relationships. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 19, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/02/the-psychology-of-loving-relationships/

 

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