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Love is the most profound emotion known to human beings. For most people, romantic relationships are the most meaningful element in their lives. But the ability to have a healthy, loving relationship is not innate. Almost all of us have experienced a failed relationship, and most of us have to work consciously to master the skills necessary to make them flourish. The good news is that with effort and perseverance, you can learn what you need to know to make your relationship last.



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Relationships Blogs

  • Sean M. Horan, Ph.D.

    Adventures in Dating

    A savvy guide to courtship and communication.
  • Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.

    All in the Family

    Mental Illness and Caregiving Across the Generations
  • Jeremy Sherman

    Ambigamy

    Insights for the deeply romantic and deeply skeptical
  • Avidan Milevsky, Ph.D.

    Band of Brothers, and Sisters

    The most lasting and enduring of relationships.
  • Amie Gordon

    Between You and Me

    Why some relationships work—and others don't
  • Career to Commitment

    Finding Fulfillment in Work and Love
  • Complete Without Kids

    Exploring all facets of childfree living.
  • Susan Pease Gadoua

    Contemplating Divorce

    Whether you should stay or go
  • Dating Decisions

    Exploring turning points in romantic relationships
  • Kelley Quirk, M.A.

    Degrees of Freedom

    Exploring the complexities of modern relationships.
  • Terri Apter

    Domestic Intelligence

    From surly teens to tough mothers-in-law, how to understand what's going on in your family.
  • Dr. Ana Nogales

    Family Secrets

    How families are changing and not changing in our multicultural computer-centric world
  • Lynne Griffin, R.N., M.Ed

    Field Guide to Families

    Nurturing strong relationships—one issue at a time
  • Finding Love

    A new map of the path to intimacy
  • Robert Taibbi, L.C.S.W.

    Fixing Families

    Tools for walking the intergenerational tightrope
  • Gay and Lesbian Well-Being

    Covering issues vital to the psychological health and happiness of gays, lesbians, and their families.
  • Adam Grant, Ph.D.

    Give and Take

    The path from interdependence to success
  • Russel Grieger, Ph.D.

    Happiness on Purpose

    Strategies to create a life you love to live
  • Jill P. Weber, Ph.D.

    Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy

    Escaping the hook-up world, one relationship at a time
  • Audrey Nelson, Ph.D.

    He Speaks, She Speaks

    A gender communication specialist unravels the mystery of how men and women communicate.
  • Gregory L. Jantz, Ph.D.

    Hope for Relationships

    The whole-person approach to healing
  • Neil Lavender, Ph.D.

    Impossible to Please

    Handling hypercritical people at work and at home
  • Aaron Ben-Zeév

    In the Name of Love

    A philosopher looks at our deepest emotions
  • Katie Gilbert

    Insight Is 20/20

    Exploring the pervasive, and unperceived, patterns that govern our lives
  • John Amodeo

    Intimacy, A Path Toward Spirituality

    Relationships and mindful living.
  • Gillian Ragsdale

    Kith and Kin

    How nature and nurture shape relationships
  • Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras, Ph.D. and Peter L. Sheras, Ph.D, ABPP

    Lifelong Love

    Creating and Maintaining an Extraordinary Relationship
  • Frances Cohen Praver, Ph.D.

    Love Doc

    Plumbing the depths of the psychology and neurobiology of love.
  • Deborah Anapol, Ph.D.

    Love Without Limits

    Reports from the relationship frontier
  • Stephen J. Betchen

    Magnetic Partners

    What pulled you together maybe pulling you apart.
  • Rachel Clark

    Marry, Divorce, Reconcile

    One woman's path to joy in a reclaimed marriage
  • Suzanne Lachmann, Psy.D.

    Me Before We

    Learn to love yourself first
  • Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D.

    Meet, Catch, and Keep

    A scientific look at the complexities of romantic relationships
  • Kelly Campbell, Ph.D.

    More Than Chemistry

    What makes relationships tick.
  • Kate Thieda

    Partnering in Mental Health

    Loving someone with mental illness
  • Signe Whitson

    Passive Aggressive Diaries

    Understanding passive aggressive behavior in families, schools, and workplaces
  • Sandra L. Brown, M.A.

    Pathological Relationships

    Dealing with a problem partner
  • Judith Eve Lipton, M.D.

    Pura Vida

    Life in full circle
  • Rediscovering Love

    How to identify behaviors that undermine love—and how to avoid drifting apart
  • Jerry Bruns

    Repairing Relationships

    Building intimacy and joy into your relationships
  • Judy Mandel

    Replacement Child

    A family comes to terms with its haunting past.
  • Schlepping Through Heartbreak

    Making sense and bouncing back when the one you love leaves
  • Sari Cooper, L.C.S.W.

    Sex Esteem

    How to confidently navigate relationship boundaries
  • Shrink Wrap

    What we can learn from the trials and triumphs of celebrity relationships.
  • Kathryn J. Lively

    Smart Relationships

    Dating and relating in the modern world
  • Nancy Kalish, Ph.D.

    Sticky Bonds

    Lost Loves, Romances, and Families in the 21st Century.
  • Linda Bloom, L.C.S.W., and Charlie Bloom, M.S.W.

    Stronger at the Broken Places

    How challenges can strengthen your relationship
  • Peg Streep

    Tech Support

    Relationships in the digital age
  • Dr. Jeremy Nicholson

    The Attraction Doctor

    How persuasion research can help you get a date
  • Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.

    The Dance of Connection

    Rescuing women and men from the quicksand of difficult relationships.
  • Larry Maucieri, Ph.D

    The Distracted Couple

    The Impact of ADHD on Adult Relationships
  • Judith Orloff, M.D.

    The Ecstasy of Surrender

    The secret key to manifesting power, happiness, and success: letting go.
  • Irene S. Levine, Ph.D.

    The Friendship Doctor

    Send in your friendship questions and quandaries and get expert answers and solutions
  • The Guest Room

    Reports and responses from guest bloggers.
  • The Intelligent Divorce

    And further unorthodox advice on relationships, marriage and parenting
  • The Legacy of Distorted Love

    Recognizing, understanding and overcoming the debilitating impact of maternal narcissism
  • Elisabeth Sheff, Ph.D.

    The Polyamorists Next Door

    Exploring the world of consensual non-monogamy
  • Marilyn Krieger, Ph.D.

    The White Knight Syndrome

    Rescuing Yourself From Your Need to Rescue Others
  • Hank Davis and Yana Hoffman

    Try to See It My Way

    A creative approach to resolving conflict in our relationships.
  • Jen Kim

    Valley Girl With a Brain

    Questioning, like, everything
  • Dr. Jamie Turndorf

    We Can Work It Out

    How to Resolve Conflict, Improve Communication, and Repair Your Relationships
  • Michael Bader

    What Is He Thinking?

    Decoding the male psyche.
  • David J. Ley, Ph.D.

    Women Who Stray

    Notes on the history and current practice of female infidelity