Toxic Love

Toxic Love

Breaking free of bad relationships.

Why Do Women Fall for Bad Boys?

Why do the wrong men feel so right? A new study offers some answers.

If, When—and How—to End an "OK-But-Not-Great" Relationship

When do you know it's time to end an unsatisfying relationship?

Love Hurts...Literally!

Can a broken heart cause actual physical pain? Would aspirin help?

The 7 hardest addictions to quit - love is the worst!

Love addictions are the hardest to quit.

Three Little Words You Long to Hear: “It’s their fault.”

Avoiding blame feels good now but cripples you later.

Right guy, wrong relationship?10 questions to ask yourself

How do you know if your relationship is working?

Serial Killer Groupies

The bizarre and compulsive world of those who love serial killers.

When Your Mother Has a Borderline Personality

If your mother's love was, and still is, toxic, what are your options?

Toxic Relationships: A Health Hazard

Being around a toxic friend, partner, or co-worker can do real damage.

Romance Red Flags

Before you get too cozy, vet your new relationship for these potential problems.

The Problems with the Love Hormone

How oxytocin is shaped by your parents and wrecks your relationships

Are You Addicted to Doomed Relationships?

There's a reason you may always end up with the same kind of partner.

Why Do Women Fall for Serial Killers?

Women frequently betray a strong erotic preference for dominant males.

Mur-dar, the Dark Side of the Sixth Sense

Some killers have a special instinct for like-minded accomplices.

Romantic Attachment and the Dangers of Social Media, Part 1

Attachment predicts whether Facebook will wreak havoc in your relationships.

13 Dating Red Flags for Women

Moving on can be painful, but less so than holding on to a toxic relationship.

The Psychology of Neurotic Romantic Attraction

Are you repeatedly attracted to inappropriate romantic partners?

Bad, Mad Love

Expert explanations for bad, mad love.

Daughters of Unloving Mothers: 7 Common Wounds

Taking stock is often the first step in healing.

From Romantic Heartache to Something Better

Getting love right, once and for all.