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What causes couples to stress out? Number one is money, according to the 2012 Stress in America survey.
Experts call it protective buffering. Others call it the little white lie or fib. But whatever you call it, some couples benefit from it and say it keeps their relationships happier.
Larry Bodine, editor in chief of lawyers.com, says it's a good idea to get a prenup whether you're spouse is sitting on assets or debt.
The chances of growing old with your spouse may depend on how much you drink together, according to a new study.
The infidelity dating website AshleyMadison.com named D.C. "America's Least Faithful City" for the second year in a row.
Valentine's Day isn't just for couples anymore. Anti-Valentine's Day parties are giving singles a reason to celebrate. Here are a few events in the D.C. area where hearts, flowers and chocolates are not welcome.
Dinner and a movie always make for a great date night, but how about breaking a sweat instead this Valentine's Day? WTOP's Katie Howard offers some fitness-inspired activities that will help burn those calories from heart-shaped boxes of chocolates.
When wives fill their kitchen with chips and salsa, Hot Pockets and frozen pizza for their husband, it's no wonder they pack on the pounds two years after getting married.
For online daters who are concerned about safety, Data Doctor Ken Colburn shares three new search engines that reveal information about potential dates.
WTOP talked with four local fusion wedding experts about the ins and outs of fusion ceremonies, mixed receptions and what advice they have for diverse couples exploring their wedding options.