Today, weâ€™d like to turn our focus on relationships that are same-sex.
Today, weâ€™d like to turn our focus on same-sex relationships.
Today, weâ€™d love to turn our awareness of same-sex relationships.
Today, into the aftermath of Pride â€“ into the wake of parades and marches strutting their stuff that is colorful through roads of Seattle, Portland, Cleveland, nyc, and Chicago â€“ weâ€™d prefer to turn our awareness of same-sex relationships.
Dr. John Gottman and Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman have actually seen the power and resilience of same-sex partners, even yet in the midst for the social and stresses that are social that they are uniquely susceptible. Together, the Gottmans are making a commitment to assuring that lesbian and homosexual couples have just as much access as straight partners to resources for strengthening and supporting their relationships.
Making use of methods that are state-of-the-art learn 21 gay and 21 lesbian partners, Drs. John Gottman and Robert Levenson (UC Berkeley) could actually learn why is relationships that are same-sex or fail within the 12 Year research.
One key choosing: general, relationship satisfaction and quality are a comparable across few kinds (right, homosexual, and lesbian) that Dr. Gottman has examined. This outcome supports research that is prior Lawrence Kurdek and Pepper Schwartz, who unearthed that gay and lesbian relationships are much like right relationships in lots of ways.
In accordance with Dr. Gottman, â€œGay and couples that are lesbian like right couples, deal with every-day ups-and-downs of close relationships. We all know why these ups-and-downs might occur in a context that is social of from family members, workplace prejudice, as well as other social barriers being unique to homosexual and lesbian partners.â€ Nonetheless, their research uncovered distinctions suggesting that workshops tailored to homosexual and lesbian partners might have a strong effect on relationships. (Pokračování textu…)