Love and relationships are a major part of the human experience, but they mystify many of us. Learn what scientific research has to say about love, and get advice on creating and maintaining relationships.
Whether you're single or currently dating, you might have a relationship on your mind. Some guys like the comfortable feeling of being committed, while others are after the deep connections that come with long-term dating. Here's how to get what you want.
Relationships can be both rewarding and exhausting, and maintaining intimacy takes work. If you're not careful, day-to-day chores and responsibilities can crowd out quality time with your partner. Here, five tips to rejuvenate your bond.
Almost every woman's magazine on the grocery store shelf has an article to help women learn the finer points of flirting. But where do men pick up their flirting mojo? Those resources aren't so common, but we can help.
Most people who are in committed relationships are interested in keeping love alive for the duration, and if everyone could afford regular romantic getaways, it might be easier. But what about those of us who can't? How do we hold on to that spark?
The numbers don't lie: People like Valentine's Day. More than 190 million cards are sent each year, and one-third of U.S. consumers order flowers for a beloved. But why limit it to just one day? With a little bit of effort, you can have a romantic night any time of the year.
Relationships aren't easy, and they aren't fun and games all of the time. They require work; if you want yours to last, that is. It's not a one-way street either. Both parties have to make an effort -- and sometimes, a compromise.
There's an old expression that you shouldn't mix business with pleasure. But what happens when you have better luck finding romantic interests in the break room than the grocery store, library or a nearby bar?