Little Words Can Make Big Difference in Marriage Stressed by Illness

PSYCH CENTRAL | on Mon, Mar 20, 7:15 AM

New research suggests it is often the little things that make a difference in a marriage. Moreover, the little things are a simple as the words we use when we talk to our partner.The revelation comes from a new study assessing marital quality when one of the partners is dealing with a serious illness. Dr. Megan Robbins, a psychology professor at the University of California, Riverside, discovered using the right words, and finding balance, is the key.She found the use of pronouns such as “I,”...

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