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Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
A dangerous river didn’t stop this fellow from chasing the girl of his dreams.
When Isabel Forlenza’s beau was overseas in the Korean War, she wrote him every day on a big roll of teletype paper. Turns out, she had a lot to say!
It’s love with a side of fries.
Some things are better late than never.
Here’s how to know if you’re in it for the long haul.
Betty Jane Budd Griffin puts her wedding dress back on for all her major anniversaries.
When this couple first met, he insisted he was going to marry her.
Relationship researchers (and married couple!) John Gottman and Julie Gottman break down what’s myth and what’s real in a marriage.
A girl’s elementary school crush became her Valentine in the 1940s—and later, her husband.
“Middle child syndrome” describes the feelings of neglect and isolation thought to afflict many middle-born children. But recent research shows that this “syndrome” a total myth; in fact, middle children develop personality traits that help them succeed in jobs and relationships even quicker than older and younger siblings.
This couple’s “every-other-year” anniversary rule is the best idea ever.
A warning to the newly engaged… these “lifestyle” clauses are rarely enforceable in court.
Don’t worry: It still ended happily ever after.
Enjoy the summer weather with your partner by taking date night outside.
How Neshama Franklin wound up paying tribute to her late husband—and healing herself in the process.
For years, I lived in fear that my conservative grandmother would discover I was gay. Once she did, the reality warmed my heart.
How couples fight can determine if their arguments are harmful, or if they lead to positive results that bolster the relationship. Here are some ground rules to follow in your next relationship fight.
Here are little ways happy couples constantly make each other feel appreciated.