The risk of violence against women is usually higher in cultures that reinforce male superiority
Dominance and control through many forms of abuse is an unfortunately common and destructive force in many relationships.
Helping children to deal with worries and stress will help them grow into resilient adults.
The death of a brother or sister during the teenage years can affect how young people develop independence, romantic relationships and even career paths.
Most people don’t join violent extremist groups for ideological reasons. Instead, they join for social reasons – with someone they know, to connect with other people or to find a sense of purpose.
Children with a parent with a mental illness are significantly more likely to develop their own mental health issues, yet little is done to intervene or prevent this.
The experience of grief is very individual, and while death may end a life, it doesn't end a relationship.
Infidelity is everywhere we look and before marriage most people say a cheating partner is a deal breaker. However, many couples later realise that relationships damaged by infidelity can recover.
Abuse can happen to anyone, but recognising the difference between devotion and control can help to identify a potentially harmful situation before you’re in too deep.
Psychology researchers are interested in what predicts successful and long lasting relationships.