The dream-date has gorgeous hair, beautiful eyes, and a breathtaking smile. Find out how the Internet is changing the way we plan that walk down the aisle.
But that same catch soon turns out to be selfish, unreliable, and unstable. Read on to find out why men and women keep falling for jerks. Former staff writer Kelly Fitzpatrick takes a personal look into the world of health and fitness within relationships.
Whether it’s the result of a breakup or the death of a loved one, heartbreak can be an overwhelming experience.
It happened to Cinderella and Prince Charming, so it can happen to us too, right? Avoid these bad habits that could harm a happy relationship. Mark Banschick explains why intimacy is so appealing—and so difficult.
Find out if love at first sight is just for fairy tales. Do committed relationships require being monogamous? One Greatist staffer opens her mind to open relationships. Check out this list of active winter dates that will keep the heart (and the romance) pumping. Living together can change a relationship for the good and bad. Studies have shown that heterosexual married couples are generally less stressed—and a new study shows the same goes for homosexual couples, too. In the second of a series of columns on relationships, psychiatrist Dr.
Mark Banschick explores why we can feel so needy in intimate relationships, and offers several tips for addressing neediness in a healthy, productive way.
For people in long-term relationships, “less passionate” phases are bound to happen. But never fear—we’ve got the scoop on how to break out of a relationship rut.
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2013 research suggests most people fib when talking about how many sexual partners they’ve had—men round up, women round down. We may have our pick-up lines down pat, but how much do we know about keeping things safe in the bedroom? ), but easy changes can have Mother Nature feeling good in no time.
Our romantic partners may not share every interest with us, and that's okay.
But when do quibbles over exercise and eating habits become reasons to call it quits?
Former staff writer Kelly Fitzpatrick talks to Marnina Cowan and Seth Coburn, food bloggers with some big dietary restrictions.
Turns out monogamy is actually uncommon in most human cultures around the world.
Here’s how one Greatist writer learned to cope with being single when (almost) everyone else her age had already paired off.