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When it comes to emotional health, young couples do just as well when they live together as they do getting married, according to a new study.
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Looking for more and better sex? If you're a man, you might consider doing more chores - vacuuming or the dishes - a little more often.
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A recent study shows that men and women react differently to emotional affairs versus sexual affairs.
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.
Couples who perceive a drop in happiness in the first year after they became parents have a lower probability of having a second child.
When middle-aged women have affairs, they are looking for passion and sex, and often don't want to divorce their husbands.
Although women experience more emotional pain following a breakup, research suggests that they also recover more fully after a split.
The devastation caused by breaking up has been a dominant theme throughout the ages of great literature and pop culture alike.
When comparing your partner to someone else's, do you find yours comes up short?
Celebrity marriages might be able to help unravel the reasons why people tend to marry partners of similar education levels.
Wedding guests are caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to buying the right wedding gift from the happy couple's registry.