We already overuse heightened language like ‘soulmate’ and ‘the one’, so next to that, calling your partner your ‘best friend’ can seem downright tame.
Modern relationships often have an undercurrent of Prince Charming and the damsel in distress running through them. And now, some experts are starting to wonder if our high standards are actually damaging our relationships—and our marriages.
Originally posted on Bustle How do you know you've found your soulmate? Well, the truth is, there are a lot more signs that you haven't found the right person than that you have. When you're with someone where things just "fit", then it will …
It sounds easy, but the truth is, if you're just looking for a casual hookup, it can involve just as much negotiation and emotional awareness as a deeper romantic encounter.
With divorce rates hovering at an uncomfortably high number, it’s no wonder that millennials are putting off getting married—or avoiding it altogether.
Some people may have trouble dropping the L-bomb for the first time, but telling someone that you don't love them is, in my humble opinion, way more difficult than telling someone you do.
Having a bad fight with your partner can make you feel like everything is turned upside down. Especially if it's your first big one, the one that breaks you out of the love bubble.
Meeting your partner's parents is both an exciting milestone and a potentially terrifying experience.
If you're close to your family or just have a lot of respect for them, it can feel like a must that they like your partner.
Giving someone a second chance isn't usually an easy decision. Even if that person has really hurt us, we're often so eager to make it work, that we overlook huge, glaring relationship incompatibilities