Relationship Advice

Relationship advice can help you nurture a lasting, long-term connection with your partner. Get love and relationship advice based on personal experiences and scientific research that promotes good health and happiness.

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Randi shares the story of her weight gain after moving in with her boyfriend. Get advice and forewarnings so that you can avoid making the same mistakes.

Ending a relationship can be difficult. Is there such a thing as a good breakup? Not really, but some experts believe there's a right way to go about it.

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Both men and women experience jealousy and this is both healthy and necessary to the fitness of a faithful relationship. Learn about the differences in men's and women's attitudes toward relationships.

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Long-distance relationships are tough, no doubt about it. Here are five signs that it may be time to move on.

By Faith Murphy Knight

Anyone who's ever been in a long-distance relationship can certainly tell you how hard it can be to make a long-distance relationship work. Get advice about long-distance relationships to help you have a great love life.

By Faith Murphy Knight

Many marriages and relationships fall apart because of a lack of communication, and relationship counseling can help facilitate communication between partners. Find out whether relationship counseling works and decide if it's right for you.

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Often, a difficult relationship manifests itself in physical symptoms. These symptoms are associated with core emotions, such as fear, anger and sadness.

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Relationships are tough, but how do you know when enough is enough and it's time to move on? Read this discussion of when to leave a relationship so you can decide for yourself if leaving the relationship you are in is right for you.

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Few events cause as much turmoil in a marriage as infidelity, which can shatter trust and create a breeding ground for insecurity and resentment. Learn how to heal after you or your partner commits an act of infidelity.

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