Massachusetts people who have never married or whose spouse has died are at increased risk of developing dementia compared to married people, according to a new review in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. But being single may not be as big a health hazard as it once was, the analysis finds.
Study after study has shown that laughing is good for the soul. But now we know something else: sharing giggles with a Massachusetts romantic partner keeps the lovey-dovey feelings going, according to a study published in the journal Personal Relationships.
When it comes to Massachusetts relationships, most of us are winging it. We're exhilarated by the early stages of love, but as we move onto the general grind of everyday life, personal baggage starts to creep in and we can find ourselves floundering in the face of hurt feelings, emotional withdrawal, escalating conflict, insufficient coping techniques and just plain boredom. There's no denying it: making and keeping happy and healthy relationships is hard.
There is an old adage that says, "The only constant is change itself." If you're facing the end of your marriage or you're in the middle of a Massachusetts divorce, you are about to be swept up in change, probably a dramatic shift from what you've known for a long time. Even if the change is, or will ultimately be a good one, it can be unsettling nonetheless. Given that, it is likely you are experiencing some serious trepidations, worry, or at the very least, feeling uncomfortable about the unknown.
On the issues of how to care for your children during a Massachusetts divorce, conscious parents should be deciding together with only one goal in mind: the very best interest of their children. Unfortunately, too many parents approach this issue as adversaries. When child custody becomes a battle, everyone loses.
In a dysfunctional Massachusetts household there are some specific rules which are passed down from generation to generation. These rules are severe and uncompromising. If you have been raised in a narcissistic family you may find that you have been raised with some, if not all, of the following rules:
In truth, most successful long-term Massachusetts relationships are based onstrong emotional and physical connections. But intimacy isn't necessarily equated with complete honesty. There are many couples that don't "tell all," yet maintain a trusting, fulfilling relationship. Likewise, there are some couples that suffer a great deal when well-kept secrets (or ultimately revealed ones) lead to mistrust and hurt.