Love and Relationships
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.
Is Sapiosexuality a Real Thing?
New App Exposes the Pluses and Minuses of Sex Contracts
10 First Date Tips
The Myth of Closure: Why Experts Say It Doesn't Exist
To Make Up After a Row, Men Want Sex, Women Want Quality Time
How to Introduce your Boyfriend to your Parents
12 At-home Date Night Ideas
Breakup Boot Camp: Help for Surviving a Broken Heart
Friendships Can Actually Improve Your Health. But Why's It So Hard to Make Them?
Why Do We Fall in Love?
Love at First Sight? A Study Says It's Probably Just Lust
This Is Why Humans Don't Have a Mating Season
Is there such a thing as the seven-year itch?
Left at the Altar: 10 Reasons He Got Cold Feet
Sharing the Burden: Tips for Dividing Household Responsibilities With Your Spouse
Losing a loved one through death or a breakup is always painful. But is seeking 'closure' the healthy way to move on?
By Dave Roos
Breakup boot camps help move the trauma-stricken lovelorn through the healing process and give them concrete steps for moving forward with their lives.
LegalFling is hoping to lessen the "he said, she said" thing with an app that can generate a supposedly legally binding sex contract before both partners get together. But will it really prevent problems?
By Alia Hoyt
Love or Lust? Many people believe in love at first sight, but little research has been on this. A new study set out to find whether love at first sight really exists.
By Alia Hoyt
A new study finds that men and women have different ideas about the best way to reconcile after an argument.
By Alia Hoyt
Apart from putting more fun in our lives, studies have shown that friendships can help us live longer. Here's why.
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.
By Echo Surina
Tonight's been perfect so far. You held hands, laughed, stared into each other eyes and even told her your childhood nickname. Now, the date's over and you have to say good night respectfully -- but how? Don't worry: We've got five cute ways to leave a great last impression.
You hear the phrase "seven-year itch," and might recall the iconic image of Marilyn Monroe. Sure, "The Seven Year Itch" was a popular film, but is there any validity to the notion that a married person gets the urge to cheat or leave the marriage after seven years?