According to researchers, resources, relationships and parenting beliefs play key roles in how a father spends time with his children.
According to a new study, a mother's sense of maternal identity is closely linked to the relationship she has with the father both during and after pregnancy.
Children whose parents reported loving marital relationships stayed in school longer and entered into marriage later than children whose parents were less affectionate toward each other.
Researchers report males who transition out of relationships are at higher risk of developing anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Findings could help to develop new strategies that can help parents to regulate their own emotions while managing their child's aversive behavior.
Cannabis users are less aware of unhealthy behaviors they exhibit, including using demands, criticisms, and being avoidant, when in a relationship conflict.
Couples who share positive experiences marked with humor and affection, and whose heart rates sync up, enjoy better health outcomes and live longer than couples who are more quarrelsome.
When you've acted in an uncooperative or untrustworthy way, the way you smile could either help heal or hinder social relationships. Those whose smiles reflected reward, or a signal that they were happy, or a smile of dominance, which reflects a feeling of superiority, appeared to be untrustworthy and unlikely to change their deceptive nature. However, a smile of affiliation was perceived as an attempt to make amends, restoring levels of trust.