On April 22, 2013 I blogged about the value of invisible support in a relationship. Invisible support is help given in such a way that it is not clearly perceived as such by the person receiving the help.
Today, I wrote again about the value of invisible support. See here for a slightly different take on the use of this valuable tool.
Alan has spent 24 years as a professor of psychology at the University of Missouri. He is the founder of HelpingRelationshipsLast.com and contributes content regularly through blog posts and e-books that communicates the findings of psychological research on relationships. If you would like more information about Alan, please visit alanstrathman.com.