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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?
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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?
How can you keep the passion alive - and the sex satisfying - in a long-term relationship?
What are you doing to keep your love life thriving? Here are 5 things to try to boost the quality of your romantic relationship.
A recent study shows that men and women react differently to emotional affairs versus sexual affairs.
Here are 6 steps you need to take to experience being present in the moment, courtesy of a mediation and conflict resolution expert.
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?
Two psychologists teamed up to explore the mysteries of attraction and intimacy, and discovered questions that could bring people closer together.
Two relationship coaches offer these practical strategies and timeless tips to help any relationship become a long-term love.
Couples sometimes downplay affection for each other to protect themselves, but it may end up hurting them more.
For many years, I wanted someone else to make me happy, and blamed others for my unhappiness. I needed to become emotionally self-reliant.