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You mean I can’t be happy all the time?

Posted by c. wagner on November 2, 2009

The key to a happy relationship could be accepting that some miserable times are unavoidable, experts say.

Therapists from California State University, Northridge and Virginia Tech say accepting these problems is better than striving for perfection.

And they blame cultural fairytales and modern love stories for perpetuating the myth that enjoying a perfect relationship is possible.

I love that folks can work for tenure by publishing common sense. Of course, sometimes common sense is wrong…. Or uncommon…. And I’ve published a bit of common sense as well on my ongoing path toward tenure…. *sigh*

Read the summary article from the BBC.

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