I've loved a man for four years now. We have broken up many times and gotten back together. Should I wait for him, or try to move on?
How can you prepare your children for sexual culture after high school? Start by being honest about what they are likely to see, giving good examples and bad.
So much of our lives are spent waiting for the good life. But what if we stopped waiting? Here's why - and how - to stop waiting for life to get better.
Sometimes the very things we find attractive in someone may actually be warning signs that they may not be good for us in the long run. Those high expectations that make him a success in business, may turn to u...
You were brave. You let yourself love fully. You were vulnerable and open. And you were crushed when the person you gave your heart to abused your love. Now, even though you want a healthy new relationship, it...
When two strangers meet, the more laughs they share, the more likely the relationship will lead to romance.
For American women, a book club membership means more than just reading: It might offer them rewards in terms of dating and sex, too.
Are you checking out online dating sites with a wish list of all the ideal traits you desire in a mate? Not so fast!
For years, people have thought that long-distance relationships are almost always destined to fail... but is that really true?
If you're doing online dating, these tips from researchers will help you give your profile the best chance of being seen and remembered.
Still single, but don't want to be? You are a great catch, but maybe you keep attracting the wrong guys.
A recent study shows that men and women react differently to emotional affairs versus sexual affairs.
That widely-accepted notion permeates popular culture, do those romantic attraction differences hold up?
It looks like single parents of children younger than age 5 date and are sexually active as often as singles without children.
Humans are extremely choosy when it comes to mating and dating. So what is the evolutionary point of love? A new study may have the answer.
Romantic intentions? According to new research, you might be more successful in finding love if you ask someone to send you email messages.
Who should pay for a date? Researchers surveyed 17,000 people to find out how couples actually go about splitting expenses.
It seems to be true: People tend to be rated as more attractive when they're part of a group than when they're alone, aka the cheerleader effect.
Dating couples who double-date with friends may be more likely to have happy and satisfying romantic relationships.
Online daters prefer profiles of potential love interests who are successful, humble and - most important of all - real.
Advice for someone who needs a little guidance on how to be happy and single rather than miserable and single.
Have you tried to get into the hottest new restaurant, only to find out the fancy dining spot is totally booked?
Is your relationship moving toward marriage? If it isn't all as romantic as you hoped, you may not be able to admit it.
A resarcher found that these three key factors that contribute to how coworkers respond to a workplace romance.