The domestic goddess has her day in court, and she’s stupendous.
But scientists warn against its use as a predictive tool.
First, beware the innocuous-looking dude in the corner who’s live-tweeting. More importantly, moving in together isn’t always just moving in together
A new study suggests that the widowed do better with chronic pain than married people — or anyone else.
It’s not easy to calm down and think straight during a heated exchange, but wives who do may have happier marriages.
Hint: it’s all about the genes.
Women like it when their husbands are successful. Men, maybe not so much, says a new study.
If couples were paying any attention during the past few decades, they should be able to recite the one critical ingredient for a healthy relationship — communication. But the latest study shows that other skills may be almost …
How did your friend get you to babysit her kids for the weekend, or your sister talk you into hosting the next book club meeting? They probably asked when you were anxious about a work project or stressed about making an …
It’s a familiar mantra that marriage counselors rely upon in advising their couples — talk about conflicts and try to resolve them, rather than letting suppressed feelings fester until they poison a relationship beyond repair. …
More than one-third of American marriages today get their start online — and those marriages are more satisfying and are less likely to end in divorce, according to a new study.
It’s supposed to last through sickness and in health, but it turns out that it’s a better idea to get married because you love someone, not because you think it’s going to keep you healthy for the long haul.
When it comes to our health, marriage may be more than just a formality.