Psychology knows that a good relationship is with someone who knows all your insecurities and imperfections but still loves you for who you are.
Psychology says , friendship is not about who you spend the most time with, it’s about who you have the best time with.
Psychology says, wait 4-6 months before becoming too attached, it’s generally during this time that a person’s true motives are revealed.
Psychology says, couples who spend at least 10 minutes a day laughing together are more likely to have a stronger relationship.
Psychology says, don’t make decisions when you’re angry. Don’t make promises when you’re happy.
Psychology says, sometimes the best way to love a friend who’s going through hard times, is to simply be there, and to give the gift of presence.
Psychology says, constant disappointment at a young age can cause a person to develop a lifetime of trust and commitment issues. Where do you fall?