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Relationships do take work - on yourself (column)

5:34 PM, Oct. 23, 2013
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We often hear from mental health professionals that relationships "take work" and won't just turn out to be healthy without any effort. I heartily agree. Connecting with another person, whether they're your spouse, life partner, child, parent, sibling, friend, or co-worker is usually not easy and doesn't just happen.

But the advice to "work on your relationship" begs the following question: What am I supposed to work on? Do I need to get in touch with my own feelings? Do I need to listen to the other's feelings better? Do I need to spend more time with this person? Do I need to get them to listen to ...

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