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The Research

Explore Dr. John Gottman’s four decades of breakthrough research with thousands of couples.

Mindful parenting

Mindful Parenting: How to Respond Instead of React

Parent Co.

Mindful parenting means that you bring your conscious attention to what’s happening, instead of getting hijacked by your emotions. ...

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Inclusivity in Parenting Workshops

Inclusivity in Parenting Workshops: Bringing Baby Home

Child Mind Institute

Inclusivity in parenting workshops is essential for families to feel comfortable and see themselves represented. Read on to learn about our ...

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Two Good Reasons to Save Your Marriage

The Gottman Institute

You'd be surprised what a good relationship can do for you ...

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international infidelity

An International Affair: Exploring Infidelity across the Globe

Taylor Irvine

How diverse cultures react to infidelity and the method that can help ...

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gottman method same sex couples

Finding the Right Approach to Therapy with Same-Sex Partners

Dana McNeil

A couples therapist's search for the most effective theory ...

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Find a therapist

Finding a Culturally-Relevant Therapist

Jenny Wang

What to ask when you need to know if this therapist is right for you ...

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emotional attraction

Homework Assignment: How To Increase Emotional Attraction

The Gottman Institute

See how the stress-reducing conversation helps build emotional attraction and bonds you closer together as a couple. ...

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Timeless Tips for Sleeping Well

Ellie Lisitsa

Research indicates that a sleepless night is associated with greater relationship conflict the following day. ...

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Bringing Baby Home: The Research

Ellie Lisitsa

In sixteen studies conducted on parents before and after their baby’s birth, Drs. John and Julie Gottman discovered the following. ...

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The Research: Linkages Between Parent-Child Interaction and Conversations of Friends Part II

Ellie Lisitsa

Children who were more negative with a peer had fathers who were more intrusive and less engaged, and mothers who used ...

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A photo of an African-American father sitting with his son in his lap. He is talking to his son, who looks away from his father.

The Research: Linkages Between Parent-Child Interaction and Conversations of Friends

Ellie Lisitsa

Children whose parents were disengaged and used derisive humor were more likely to have negative peer play with their friends. ...

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marital conflict

The Research: Patterns of Marital Conflict Predict Children’s Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors Part II

Ellie Lisitsa

It is not the child’s temperament that predicts marital conflict, but rather the type of marital conflict that predicts a child’s ...

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