Love is not all you need, nor all your spouse or child needs; consider respect.
By Peter Gray Ph.D.
Courtesy of Psychology Today
If you were to ask me if my parents loved me, I would, like Tevye and Golda in Fiddler on the Roof, have to pause and think.
In the family I grew up in, love was a term used rather exclusively as the valediction in friendly letters. It was rarely said aloud. We also weren’t big on hugging or kissing. It was awkward for me when I left home and entered a different culture, where people regularly […]