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Toxic Men
Watch out for the big, red flags the dude you're dating is decidedly toxic.
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7 Signs You're Dating A Toxic Man

I don't want you to be a woman ensnared by a toxic man (or woman—this book is for anyone, people), just because you didn't realize he was toxic. Neither does Dr. Glass. That is why the world needs this tome, because these men are harder to identify than you'd think. If in doubt, here are seven signs you might be dealing a toxic man.

man tape mouth
Sometimes men have no tact.
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20 Things Men Should Never Say To Their Girlfriends

I'm not sure if it's a tact gene that's missing from the Y chromosome, but most dudes I know are some of the biggest offenders when it comes to saying the wrong thing. So guys, listen up: Here are a bunch of things you should NEVER say to your girlfriend.

How Moving Cross-Country Together Strengthened Our Relationship
We supported each other through major life changes, including a cross-country move.
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How Moving Cross-Country Together Strengthened Our Relationship

A couple of weeks ago, my fiancé and I moved back to California after living in New York City a mere six months. Long story short, our lifestyle preferences clashed too much with the Big Apple (read: shoebox living and heavy pollution vs. spacious homes and abundant nature) for us to justify staying and growing roots, leaving our west-coast roots behind.

9 Things People Say That Kill Relationships
There are phrases you should nix now -- before your relationship is over.
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9 Things People Say That Kill Relationships

Save breakup talk for when you truly want to end a relationship, not as a rhetorical weapon. Otherwise, you risk your match taking you up on the offer and leaving you crying over steak for one.

Couples Therapy
In-laws, parenting and finances are reasons to go to couples therapy.
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6 Reasons To Consider Couples Therapy

Often, couples therapy carries a negative stigma, preventing many from reaping its benefits. But there are plenty of reasons couples go to therapy, outside the threat of splitting up.

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The key to a happy marriage: Do things you both enjoy, together.
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5 Tips That Will Save Your Marriage

By now we've all heard the statistics a zillion times: Half of all marriages end in divorce. But when you really weigh that, it's a scary thought, right? I mean, you're not standing there at the altar, all, "yeah, if this doesn't work, I'll trade him in for a new model," are you? I wasn't. But it's a frightening reality for many. Divorce happens, and sometimes it happens to us.

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Couples therapy? COUPLES THERAPY! (Remember this movie?)
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5 Things That Can Go Wrong In Couples Therapy

If there's one thing those of us who have been married for a while know, it's that staying married over the long haul ain't always easy. Thank goodness for couples therapy, right? Or ... not? An article in The New York Times this weekend kind of blew apart the notion I had of couples counseling being the THE ANSWER.

couple conflict
If it weren't for a rocky relationship, this love blogger wouldn't be alive.
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Why Rocky Relationships Are (Sometimes) The Best

Although Hollywood has taught us that it's the couples who split and then reunite later in life who have "true love," researcher Amber Vennum from Kansas State University says otherwise. According to Vennum, "second chance romances" aren't what they're cracked up to be and should be left in the past.

Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston in 'Wanderlust.'
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Wanderlust: Could Your Relationship Spare Some Change?

Wanderlust looks like your typical fish-out-of-water comedy. George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) are a young married couple in Manhattan who've just bought their first apartment, a miniscule studio they can barely afford. Then George loses his job in finance as the recession hits. Linda hardly earns an income as a creative dabbler, so the couple decides to move in with George's brother in Atlanta.

couple spring date
It's (almost) springtime. Get outside and have fun!
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10 Best Spring Date Ideas

Spring is in the air, which means it's time to switch up your date style. Toss the fuzzy wool socks and Netflix addiction and get outside! Whether you're going on your first date or are in a long-term relationship, here are some fun date tips sure to bring pizzazz to your springtime.

Irritated with your spouse? Maybe you haven't learned to give a little...
Traditional Love

Do You Know How To Compromise In Your Relationship?

Over time, my husband and I have learned how to come to an agreement on more things than just everyday household decisions. And we've learned that selfishness and stubborn attitudes make compromising nearly impossible. But don't get me wrong, it didn't all happen overnight. We had to make some major adjustments on both of our parts to get where we are today.

marriage advice
Who says you can't have a love of a lifetime?
Experts Blog

A Glimpse Into Marriage Advice From The 1950's

As divorce rates in the U.S. were rising by the end of World War II, so were fears over the state of marriage and family life. Skyrocketing rates sent many couples to seek expert advice to bolster their marriages. During this time, the idea that marriage could be saved—and a divorce prevented—with enough work gained ground, according to Kristin Celello, assistant professor of history at Queens College, City University of New York, in her fascinating book Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States. A slew of experts stepped in to help American couples strengthen their unions...and with some interesting suggestions.

Don't waste time on a relationship that's not meant to last.
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5 Ways Relationships Get Drawn Out Past Their Expiration Date

If there's one sure thing besides death and taxes it's that you, whoever you are, have, at some point in your romantic career, drawn out a relationship longer than was healthy. You're not to be blamed. It's a simple law of nature: Relationships never end when they're supposed to.