Contrary to popular opinion, it appears that romance doesn’t have to die a natural death in a long-term relationship. In a meta-analysis review of 25 studies with 6,070 individuals in short- and long-term relationships published last week, researchers set out to find out whether romantic …

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Romantic Love = Greater Long-term Happiness

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  1. In Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenin is says:

    “Just as there are as many minds as there are heads, so there are as many kind of love as there are hearts.”

    It has certainly been my experience that I have very varied experiences of love and affection with respect to different people.

    I think we have to work within the framework of whatevery type of friendship or relationship we have, and work out what is right for us without worrying too much about exactly how it compares to what others have in their relationships.

  2. SMALL CHANGES TO MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE.
    What good is inspiration if it’s not back up by action?
    Follow the Giant Steps

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