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Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
How can you tell if you’re in a rough patch, or it’s something more serious?
We all want to feel safe, loved, and happy in our romantic relationships, because isn’t that the point? But sometimes red flags of a bad relationship aren’t glaringly obvious. Pay attention to these signs of a toxic relationship.
Is your partner stepping out? Pay attention to these potential signs of infidelity.
Nothing says “I love you” like cleaning out the dishwasher! (Seriously.)
Here’s what intimate, connected couples do inside and out of the bedroom to keep their relationship hot.
Hindsight is 20/20, especially when it comes to relationships. Strengthen yours with tips from those who can clearly see what ended their marriages.
Communication is crucial in this high-stress, high-speed, and high-tech world. Sometimes amid all that’s going on, we forget to really listen. Here’s how people with good listening skills tune in.
Sometimes the signs that your marriage is on the rocks are surprising and sneaky. Always consider seeking professional guidance to help save your marriage.
Think you know the rules for a healthy, happy marriage? Some of these secrets from happy couples may make you rethink how you relate to your mate.
As she considers advice to give her daughter, Ruth Pennebaker realizes that marriage is an ever-changing adventure
For more than five decades, these nine couples have stuck together through thick and thin, and in sickness and health. Read on for sage marriage advice from these relationship masters.
The decade known for happy housewives and Mad Men husbands may not appear to offer much guidance for modern unions. But these tips about loyalty, generosity, and love have proven to be timeless.
This quiz from psychologist Arthur Aron has helped boost intimacy between thousands of strangers, resulting in friendship, romance, and even marriage.
Can’t stand a lazy partner? Or one who talks too much? Science says we may rely more on negative traits than positive ones when choosing a mate.