Similar interests, similar personality — that’s what matters for long-term happiness in a relationship. Right? Not so, according to a new study by researchers at Michigan State University.
A dating expert shared some tips and what not to do for “First Date Friday” on GMA. Here’s how to answer this dreaded question.
Do you obsessively check your work email account when you’re out of the office? You might be harming your romantic relationships — and your mental health — a new study from a Virginia Tech expert shows.
As the institution of marriage evolves, so do the key elements that make it work. A psychologist and author explains what marriages are like today.
A Connecticut couple who has been married for 83 years is spending their Valentine’s Day on Twitter answering questions about life, love and marriage.
WASHINGTON — Is monogamy outdated? Monogamy has changed, says Andrea Syrtash, a relationship expert and dating columnist. “We used to get married because we needed to, and now we get married because we want to…
WASHINGTON — Do interactions with some of your loved ones leave you feeling drained, misunderstood, judged, betrayed, or all of the above? You might need a relationship upgrade. “A toxic relationship is a relationship that is…
WASHINGTON – Increased levels of stress in your relationship can have disastrous consequences. Different causes of stress such as finances, children and work pressures can contribute to increased stress in your relationship. Moodiness, chronic worrying,…
WASHINGTON — How would you like to give one of the most valuable gifts anyone could want to receive? It’s free, ancient and timed tested throughout human history. Give the ultimate holiday gift, the olive…
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.