It can really take away from the romance when, after a few nights together, you're both so sleep deprived you can hardly see straight. If you've been through it, you're definitely not alone.
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The seven-year itch doesn't look so bad now. A new study shows that our interest in our partners starts waning well before that time.
You get back to your own routines, your own rhythms — and that can mean spending a lot more time apart. Although everyone needs alone time, if your partner needs more alone time than you do it might feel like …
I think sexting is good for your relationship, because it allows you to keep some sparky things going throughout the day. Also, build up to anything is super hot, so it means you'll basically be ready to rip each other's …
You might feel like being in a good relationship means that you're always together, always exuberant, and that you never feel the slightest twinge of discord. But that's just not realistic.
There is endless advice on the importance of talking through these pivotal life points and making sure you’re on the same page. What isn’t spoken about is the elephant in the room—that sometimes, people change their mind.
January may be cold and even a little depressing, but it's also the best time togo on a date— or at least the busiest time for dating.
You might be familiar with this type of behavior from TV shows and movies, but it can be difficult to spot in real life.
Depression can have a devastating impact in so many areas of your life — personal, professional, social — and sometimes it can be difficult to understand or assess the full extent of the huge effects that depression can have.