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On the web of connections between personality and romantic relationships
Janina Larissa Bühler Ph.D.
Romantic separation is an emotionally stressful life event that may alter people’s life satisfaction. Certain factors—including a new relationship—may protect and promote life satisfaction after a separation, new research finds.
New research looks into how people think, feel, and behave in their romantic relationship and how these tendencies relate to how people think, feel, and behave in general.
How can your change goals serve as motivator for personality change? Some recent research findings provide insights.
How do people—and romantic partners—differ from each other? Can this difference be systematized? To answer this question, one has to stand back and define personality.
What is the story of your romantic relationship? Insights from narrative identity research and the study of close relationships.
Can partners support us to personally grow? Insights into people's ideal selves and how partners can help us move toward our ideal selves.
Janina Larissa Bühler, Ph.D., is a psychologist who is fascinated by the dynamic interplay between personality and romantic relationships.