Professor Naomi Eisenberger, who studies how the brain and body react to relationships, looks at isolation during the pandemic.
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Relationships are tricky, and the pandemic has forced us to interact differently. How do our vital connections survive these stress tests?
Those who keep finances separate are likelier to split up and be less satisfied, according to a working paper from researchers at UCLA Anderson, Notre Dame and University College of London.
The UCLA Staff and Faculty Counseling Center is offering a six-week informational support group to help gain skills to enjance personal and professional relationships.
The pain of loneliness can cut deeper than a knife. But its implications go beyond inner turmoil and the corrosion of emotional health. It can contribute to a host of debilitating and sometimes lethal diseases.
Partners not earning much money are likely to struggle because they face challenges outside of their marriage, not communication within their marriage.
It’s important for medical professionals to understand that one’s gender identity as man, woman or trans is different from one’s sexual identity as gay, bisexual, lesbian or heterosexual.
Many midlife and older gay men experience the stress of being part of a sexual minority group. They perceive that they need to conceal their sexual orientation, or that others are uncomfortable with or avoid them because they are gay.
Dr. Vernon Rosario, an expert on LGBT mental health issues, comments on "The Danish Girl," a movie about one of the first individuals to undergo a sex change.
Law professor Douglas NeJaime writes in the Los Angeles Times that the struggle for full legal protections and equal rights has not ended for gay and lesbian families.
The director of the Center for Gender-Based Biology at UCLA co-wrote an op-ed stating that we should be careful not to confuse the properly banned gay-conversion therapy with potentially helpful therapy for gender dysphoria.
Gary Gates of the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law writes in an op-ed that data shows same-sex couples are far more likely to raise adopted or foster children.
Blake Allmendinger, a scholar of literature of the American West, has written a memoir about his mother, an eccentric recluse from whom he was estranged.
UCLA Anderson associate professor Maia Young studies organizational behavior, and some of her research involves your reputation as a leader, as someone who knows how to get things done. If you have a bit of mystique, that enhances people's perception of you.
UCLA’s Children's Pain and Comfort Care team at Mattel Children's Hospital works to succor pediatric, adolescent and young-adult patients in their days of need and to help their families grapple with the unfathomable: the death of that young patient.
The effect of rising temperatures on the interaction of species "is going to have very important consequences for the stability and functioning of ecosystems," UCLA biologists say.