Qui sont ces couples heureux?

By Yvon Dallaire

Qui sont ces couples heureux? - Yvon Dallaire
  • Title: Qui sont ces couples heureux?
  • By: Yvon Dallaire
  • Release Date: 2011-11-17
  • Genre: Psychology

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Le couple apparaît encore aujourd’hui comme le meilleur style de vie et la meilleure garantie de bonheur. Certains sont heureux le temps de la séduction et de la lune de miel, soit de quelques mois à deux ou trois ans, d’autres savent le rester à plus long terme parce qu’ils ont surmonté les crises et les conflits inévitables de la vie à deux. Pourquoi certains couples réussissent-ils là où la majorité échoue ? Les psychologues ont observé, écouté, analysé ces couples et ont découvert qu’ils manifestent des attitudes et des aptitudes qui font défaut aux couples malheureux. Ils ont aussi constaté que les couples heureux évitent les pièges dans lesquels se retrouvent les couples qui divorcent. Chaque couple heureux possède sa propre histoire, sa propre culture conjugale. À l’amour et la bonne foi du début, les partenaires heureux ont su acquérir les connaissances et faire les efforts nécessaires pour transformer leur relation en lieu de croissance personnelle, conjugale et familiale. Le bonheur s’apprend et se construit. On peut choisir d’être heureux ou malheureux en amour.

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