For many in long-term relationships, life doesn't include a lot of couples-only fun. Here are some ways how you can reboot the romance.
Think about a person in your life it feels good to spend time with: a friend, family member, partner/spouse, coworker or even a neighbor. Do you usually walk away feeling like you had more energy -- or even happy?
For some couples in romantic relationships, just staying together is good enough. But others want to see their relationship move forward -- to get better and better -- and are willing to put in the effort to get there.
Knowing whether to stay in or leave a romantic relationship is often an agonizing experience -- and that ambivalence can have negative consequences for health and well-being.
What are love languages? They're 5 person-specific techniques you should know to let people know you care about them and are grateful they are in your life.
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For some seriously questionable old-fashioned marital advice from 1861, take a look at one doctor's sex rules for couples.
Keeping these ten essential human needs in mind can help you both to strengthen your relationship.
Little attention has been given to the sexual dynamics of couples as they navigate infertility and treatments like IVF.
For years, people have thought that long-distance relationships are almost always destined to fail... but is that really true?
Even when we intend to simplify our lives, we continue to have too much stuff. Part of that is from laziness, but the real driving force is something else.
It’s a fact of life that without constant vigilance, clutter creeps up. Here's how to simplify your life by starting a decluttering habit.
How can you keep the passion alive - and the sex satisfying - in a long-term relationship?
Does more sex equal more happiness? It isn't necessarily so, according to psychological research finding that weekly sex was the sweet spot.
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.
What are you doing to keep your love life thriving? Here are 5 things to try to boost the quality of your romantic relationship.
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.
Whether your marriage needs an overhaul or you just want to give it some preventative maintenance, the solution may be the same: feel the gratitude.
A recent study shows that men and women react differently to emotional affairs versus sexual affairs.
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.