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So how many trips down the aisle does it take to get it right? For Margo Howard, it took four.
Users can now ask friends about their undisclosed relationship statuses.
Cheating on a spouse or romantic partner is messy, painful and nearly always spells the end of the marriage or relationship. So why do people do it?
Couples mediator and author Laurie Puhn says marriage is more complicated than ever, but the basics – communication and attention – always work.
Cellphones, the Internet and social media have become staples in today\’s fast-paced, technology-fueled world. But how does digital technology fit into the relationships of many Americans?
A new study out of England finds that couples without children are more content with their relationship and partner than couples with children.
It turns out that bromance and romance don\’t always mix.
Some people in your life just need to be cut loose – and the sooner, the better.
Relationships may need a little boost every once in a while, and pharmaceutical companies think they may have the answer.
A new smartphone app will compose your breakup text for you.
The butterflies in your stomach aren\’t the only thing you\’ll acquire when you\’re in a relationship. You\’ll also get a healthy boost of self-esteem.
Get off Facebook if you want your relationship to last. A new study suggests it could be ruining your relationship.
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.