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Press Releases

When Ignoring Your Spouse Can Help Your Relationship

Avoiding a spouse’s demands may benefit low-income couples but hurt wealthier couples, study says
October 15, 2018

Nice People Finish Last When It Comes To Money

Agreeable people who place less value on money at a financial disadvantage, study says
October 11, 2018

APA Hails Senate Passage of Opioids Legislation

Urges president to sign measure to improve prevention, treatment, recovery
October 4, 2018
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