A new study suggests nine ways people put their romantic relationships at risk.
It's no surprise that difficulties with romantic relationships are a common reason people seek therapy.
Because let's face it, relationships are tough.
Full article on Relationship Resolution Center | with Nancy Fagan, Founder of Relationship Resolution Center
5 May, 2021.
For some people, finding and getting into relationships is pretty easy; it's staying in relationships or keeping relationships healthy, where challenges arise. Raquel Peel, a psychology and counseling lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia, has been studying why people sabotage their romantic relationships for several years. In a recent study published in the Journal of Relationships Research, Peel and her colleagues (July, 2019) interviewed 15 psychologists who specialized in couples counseling about relationship self-sabotage.
Disclaimer: Please note Dr Raquel Peel is a researcher in the field of psychology and not a registered psychologist