The author recounts how she almost lost her solid, happy marriage to neglect—and what she did about it
Men don’t like to have doors opened for them. So what?
No, it’s not kinky
You may not want to hear it, but this Valentine’s Day you probably can’t escape it
Long-term relationships need a different kind of divine assistance
A husband was asked to agree with everything his wife said for research purposes, but the study had to be called off after 12 days because it was proving so harmful to the marriage
A U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday that a key part of the state’s longstanding polygamy laws are unconstitutional, marking a victory for polygamous families who have long sought to have their plural marriages decriminalized.
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
Online dating — as well as regular dating — is a very segregated activity, but a new study suggests that it may not take much to break racial and ethnic barriers.
Strong relationships are built on communication, or so the experts say. So digital relationships fueled by a torrent of texts should be ironclad, right?
According to the latest surveys, 11% of Americans say they have looked online for love. But that doesn’t mean that daters are happy with what they find.
What is the point, really, of kissing? Humans make such a big deal of it, but almost no other animals smooch.