Tag: Jealousy

The Michelangelo Phenomenon

The Michelangelo Phenomenon

This week, we’ll be talking about the polar opposite of last week’s article, which explains the Manhattan effect. In short, the Manhattan Effect refers to instances where, in a relationship, one person stands against the plans of their partner if he or she sees them as a threat to the relationship. Of course, no one would want that. Here is now to create the opposite and make the best out of a romantic relationship, the Michelangelo phenomenon:

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By Ana
The Manhattan Effect: A Toxic Dynamic

The Manhattan Effect: A Toxic Dynamic

Have you ever heard of the Manhattan effect? It refers to a toxic relationship dynamic that might be considered normal by some people. Today we will explain it to you so you can catch yourself doing it right away!

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By Ana
What’s truly behind jealousy?

What’s truly behind jealousy?

Our last post on envy, titled “Is there anything positive about envy?” – inspired me to write about another emotion that is quite hard to admit: jealousy.

Everyone knows this feeling, but have you ever stopped to think what causes it and what is the best way to deal with it? Here’s what we discovered and would like to share:

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By Ana

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