The Ex Factor

The Ex Factor

You could be best friends, cordial acquaintances, or never speak again. What type of relationship should you aim for with an ex? And how do you get there?

Make New Friends But Keep the Old… Or Not

Eileen Kennedy-Moore Ph.D.
When children’s friendships end.

How To Get An Ex Back: 5 Essential Steps

Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Rejection can be the start of building something better.

Overcoming Betrayal: It’s a 2-Way Street

Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
When your partner cheats, apologies and forgiveness pave the way toward healing

Why Be Friends after the Marriage Dies: Ask the Kids

Kevin D. Arnold Ph.D., ABPP
An "Ex" Partner is Never an Ex-Parent

Dark Adolescent Romance

Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
For adolescents, more romance = more depression and drinking

Celebrating an Ending

Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
Sometimes an ending is the best beginning

Danger: 6 Times You Should Never Be 'Friends' With An Ex

Andrea Bonior Ph.D.
Proceed carefully or you'll set yourself up for more heartbreak.

Love/Hate American Style

Laurie Essig Ph.D.
American culture is full of stories about good and evil. So is love.

Being Great in Bed Part 2: What He Says

Billi Gordon Ph.D.
What men around the world say about women and sex.

Dumped Again?

Billi Gordon Ph.D.
The five main reasons people are dumped.

My Shocking Discovery After Googling an Ex

Laura Deutsch
Sometimes you have to Google an ex to put the memory to rest.

7 Keys to Long-Term Relationship Success

Preston Ni M.S.B.A.
7 keys to making your love last

Lost Love Reality Check

Nancy Kalish Ph.D.
A person with a married lost love confronts her situation.

Dream Machine

Noah benShea
At some point in our life we all have a need for a dream machine.

Is It Better to Have Loved and Lost? Yes, Yes, It Is!

Jennifer Kunst Ph.D.
Love is worth the risk.