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com) the Breakup Shop , whose slogan is "Let us help you end it.
Breakups presents us with a foursome-roommates Mark and Derek, and the women in their lives, graphic designer Nina and (what's her description again?
I'll never be in a relationship like that again": Personal growth following romantic relationship breakups.
Its goal was to understand how warming global temperatures and the intensifying Arctic hydrological cycle associated with them may be driving increasing water discharges and more rapid ice breakup in the Arctic's great rivers.
University students who were high versus low on breakup distress scores were given self-report measures to assess their intrusive thoughts about the romantic breakup and their somatic symptoms that followed the breakup as well as their extracurricular activities and social support that might alleviate their breakup distress.
Recruitment emails were sent to students enrolled in psychology courses at a state university in the Midwest, inviting them to participate in a study about romantic relationships and breakups.
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It is thus feasible that initiators recover from breakups more quickly than non-initiators.
People have also been noted to have heart attacks or strokes following breakups and the ensuing depression (Rosenthal, 2002).
And don't forget no-fault divorces where a spouse could owe alimony to someone who caused the breakup, says Frederick Hertz, an attorney in Oakland, Calif.
For breakup and consolidation, the regional spatial patterns differed significantly, occurring in opposite directions (N-S vs.
Brightening is often a sign of a cometary breakup, which exposes new surfaces to sunlight and vents trapped ice and gas that are then illuminated by the sun.