Match.com, one of the largest online dating services, is acquainting itself with the real world via Stir, a new event service that will host up to 3,000 singles parties a year. They’ll be hitting 24 cities come June.
Science has now proved what kindergarten teachers, reality-show fans and Catholic priests discover anew every day: humans can’t help talking about themselves. It just feels too good.
New census data show that Americans are getting more creative in the way they play house.
Dr. Peter Goodwin, a family physician and right-to-die activist, took his own life on March 11, 2012, at age 83.
Did Newt float the idea of an “open marriage” by his second bride? In this he-said, she-said verbal brawl, whom do you believe?
When women are in short supply, they expect men to pay more for engagement rings, dinner dates and Valentine’s Day gifts.
A new study suggests that young cohabiting couples are saying “I don’t” so as to avoid the heavy toll of divorce
Do kids make marriage unbearable? Marital satisfaction surveys seem to suggest so, as do anecdotally rich cover stories of popular magazines.
In bad news for folks who already feel that everyone’s having more fun than they are, an intriguing new study out of the University of Chicago suggests that people who feel lonelier are more likely to have restless sleep.
Hot on the heels of a study suggesting that people who have a car, investments or other personal wealth are more likely to marry drops the other shoe: a study that suggests that people who prioritize money are less likely to be …
People who have more personal wealth — in the form of a car, say, or a small nest egg — are more likely to get married than those who have less, according to a new analysis of data from the National Longitudinal Survey of …