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Category: Relationship Research
It is not what it seems. Heart break leads to mental health difficulties in higher education.
Abstract The issue a client brings through the door is often not the issue counsellors and psychologists end up working on. Relationship break-ups are at the core of why most people seek counselling. The same is possibly true in the context of higher education. Students and staff members who seek counselling for common mental health […]
How is self-sabotage presented in romantic relationships?
Abstract The aim of this paper is to present an integrated review exploring the theme of self-sabotage in romantic relationships. Self-sabotage or self-handicapping is a cognitive strategy employed by individuals as self-protection; primarily aimed at preserving self-esteem and self-image. When faced with failure, the individual can justify the outcome as due to the handicap itself […]
Relationship sabotage is a rarely studied phenomenon, but now researchers look for answers.
ABC News. (2018, February 17th). Relationship sabotage is a rarely studied phenomenon, but now researchers look for answers. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-17/why-do-we-sabotage-romantic-relationships/9425844?pfmredir=sm ABC Far North By Anna Hartley Updated 17 Feb 2018, 7:39am Are you someone that pulls the plug on a relationship when things start to get serious no matter how ‘perfect’ your potential partner […]