How Do Relationships Survive Long Distance?

What makes a long-distance relationship work?

What Happens When Republicans and Democrats Get Married?

Are partisan political views reflected in who marries whom?

Does a High Sex Drive Make a Partner More Likely to Cheat?

If someone has a high sex drive, are they more likely to cheat?

How to Turn Friendship Into Love

Is your friendship forever a friendship, or could it turn into a romance? New research can help.

Do Partners Owe Each Other Total Honesty and Openness?

The desire to share your emotions, experiences, and private thoughts is a normal part of a thriving and healthy relationship.

The Only Proven Way to Improve a Relationship

Evidence shows that this simple behavior makes people happier in their relationships.

7 Signs That You've Really Found The One

How do you know if what you’re feeling is love—or something else?

What Are the Best and Worst Ages to Get Married?

Can the age at which you wed predict your likelihood of later getting divorced?

The Baby Effect: Are You Ready?

Some couples survive the transition to parenthood better than others. Here's what the research says about first-time parents.

7 Ways to Tell if Your Relationship Is Just Right for You

Relationships are complicated, but some signs suggest they're headed in the right (or wrong!) direction.

6 Lies That Can Ruin Your Relationship

When there's so much relationship advice in the world, how do you know which to follow?

How Dogs Help Men in the Dating Market

What makes dog owners more attractive romantic partners?

Is This the Surprising Secret to Long-Lasting Relationships?

Money talks... and it speaks about romantic potential. New research links credit scores to important aspects of relationship formation and stability.

Who Says "I Love You" First (and Why It Matters)

Saying "I love you" is a big deal in relationships. Read on to discover who tends to say these words first, and why.

Study: Women Should Probably Make the First Move More Often

Need a reason to make the first move, ladies? Your chances of success are higher than those of men.

4 Truths About Power in Relationships (Including Yours)

Relationship power is not just a general idea, it can relate to specific aspects of your partnership.

Why It's So Important to Get Over Your Ex

Adele is not the only one whose preoccupations with an ex-partner could be problematic.

Be a Better Support System When a Friend has a Breakup

Sometimes, avoiding what NOT to say is just as important as saying the right thing.

7 Trusted Tips for Finding Love

Check out these basic prerequisites for finding love.

The Troubling Habit That's Poisoning Relationships

Are you prioritizing your phone over your relationship partner? Research suggests it's not a good habit in your romantic relationship.

9 Ways to Improve Your Relationship This Year

How will you make your relationship better in the new year? Here are some ideas - make your resolutions now!

How Friendship Turns Into Romance

The line between friendship and love is more blurred than you think.

Should You Play Hard to Get?

You can't always get what you want....but sometimes you can, if you're strategic.

Why a Relationship Review Can Help Keep You Together

What's the secret to marital bliss? Maybe an occasional performance review.

This Hidden Trait Predicts Who We Find Attractive

Finding love is a tricky game. New evidence suggests that others' interest in you might be tied to your dispositional mindfulness.

Why Some of Us Commit Romantic Revenge

What happens when someone cheats? Is revenge the answer? For some people, yes.

Could Having More Sex Actually Make You Less Happy?

Are you having enough sex? Before you change you habits, beware: more, it seems, is not necessarily better.

Who Do You Find Attractive? It All Depends on This.

Take a look at your standards for a potential partner. Now look again: they might be less stable than you think.

How Do You Really Know If You're Falling in Love?

Are you falling in love, or is this just a passing attraction?

What Does Being in Love Do to Your Brain?

Falling in love may be more than just an emotional experience; it might alter your brain chemistry.

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