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In The Science of Relationships: Answers to Your Questions about Dating, Marriage, and Family we answer the following questions:

Section 1: Attraction and Relationship Initiation

1. What makes someone hot, and others not? (Dr. Gary Lewandowski)
2. How can I tell if someone is interested in me? (Dr. Debra Mashek)
3. What’s the best way to meet someone? (Dr. Benjamin Le)

Section 2: Love

4. Are we meant to be monogamous? (Dr. Lorne Campbell)
5. What is the purpose of love? (Dr. Lorne Campbell)
6. Is love blind? (Dr. Lisa Neff)
7. Does love last forever? (Dr. Lorne Campbell)

Section 3: Intimacy and Attachment

8. Are some people more ready for relationships than others? (Dr. Robin Edelstein)
9. Is there any truth to the saying that “we marry our father/mother”? (Dr. Robin Edelstein)
10. Isn’t being too close to a partner a bad thing? (Dr. Debra Mashek)
11. How similar or different are homosexual and heterosexual relationships? (Dr. Jennifer Harman)

Section 4: Long-Term Relationship Processes

12. Is distance bad for relationships? (Dr. Timothy Loving)
13. How do I know if I’ve found Ms./Mr. Right? (Dr. Jody Davis)
14. Should I live with my partner before we get married? (Dr. Timothy Loving)
15. Are people less happy after they get married? (Dr. Nancy Frye)
16. Is relationship counseling useful? (Dr. Eshkol Rafaeli)

Section 5: Relationship Cognitions

17. I have high expectations for my relationship. Is that bad? (Dr. Lisa Neff)
18. My family and friends don’t like my partner. Should I listen to them? (Dr. Jody Davis)
19. I believe for a relationship to work, partners must be “soul mates.” Am I right? (Dr. Benjamin Le)

Section 6: The Dark Side of Relationships

20. What is cheating and its consequences? (Dr. Gary Lewandowski)
21. Why do people cheat in relationships? (Dr. Gary Lewandowski)
22. Isn’t a little jealousy a good thing? (Dr. Robin Edelstein)
23. Why do people stay in bad or abusive relationships? (Dr. Nancy Frye)
24. How will my breakup affect me? (Dr. Gary Lewandowski)

Section 7: Resources, Power, and Conflict

25. Should we combine our money? (Dr. Marci Gleason)
26. Will my husband resent me if I make more money than he does? (Dr. Jennifer Harman)
27. Why does one person in a relationship always tend to get his or her own way? (Dr. Minda Oriña)
28. Is fighting with my partner a bad sign? (Dr. Lisa Neff)
29. Should I really “forgive and forget” when my partner isn’t perfect or messes up? (Dr. Nancy Frye)

Section 8: Sex

30. How long should I wait before sleeping with my partner? (Dr. Jennifer Harman)
31. Does sex lead to love, or does love lead to sex? Is one “direction” better? (Dr. Jennifer Harman)
32. Will we stop having sex once we are married? (Dr. Jennifer Harman)
33. How does my sex life stack up to others? (Dr. Benjamin Le)

Section 9: Expanding the Family

34. Am I wrong for not wanting to have kids? (Dr. Timothy Loving)
35. What will happen to us if my partner and I are unable to have kids? (Dr. Marci Gleason)
36. Will having kids ruin our relationship? (Dr. Jody Davis)
37. Is there a “good” time to have kids? (Dr. Jody Davis)

Section 10: Parenting

38. What makes a parent a “good” parent? (Dr. Minda Oriña)
39. Is there a best way to discipline my kids? (Dr. Timothy Loving)
40. Am I a bad parent for putting my child in childcare? (Dr. Minda Oriña)