The Psychology of Freedom and Healthy Relationship

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Freedom

The Psychology of Freedom and Healthy Relationship reveals a paradigm shift in modern romantic relationships. It explains how to transcend the relational style binary and introduces the concept of “relational freedom.” The book also addresses social justice and diversity. Moreover, it provides novel criteria for evaluating intimate relationships. As a result, it demonstrates that freedom and love are compatible.

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When defining freedom in a relationship, we have to take into account our own personal boundaries. When we accept our partner’s freedom, we are more likely to maintain a stable relationship. This is because embracing a life partner involves certain commitments. For example, a woman cannot manage her finances in a traditional culture, which restricts her autonomy. However, freedom in a relationship is possible if she is free to choose how she spends her money.

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The first rule of freedom in a relationship is to treat the other person as an equal, including in finance, career, and family. When one partner dominates the other, finding freedom in a relationship becomes difficult.

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Job and family involvement

Job and family involvement can be beneficial for the family and improve the bond between both parties. By finding a balance between work and life, each member of the family can contribute to the positive cycle of a family. In addition to the benefits to a family, this type of involvement also contributes to personal development and a positive work-life balance.

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The relationship between job and family involvement has been studied in numerous studies. The relationship between job and family involvement was associated with work-life balance, family social support, and job satisfaction. The relationship between work-family involvement and subjective well-being has also been studied by Cameron. These researchers also studied the local ladder effect and work-family conflict.

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