You finally moved in together: a huge step! You've been dating for a while and you think this person might be the one. But how will you be prepared for the issues that arise when you move in with your partner?
Whether you grew up wealthy, impoverished or somewhere in the middle, you and your partner have philosophies that are either in sync or unfortunately incongruent with your lifestyle as a married couple.
We're kicking off the new season with five great tips to spice up your long-term relationship! Remember what you and your partner used to do when you first started dating? Where did he take you? What was the most fun? Revisit those places and reignite that spark you two once shared.
We love our partners, but let's face it, after a while we start having fantasies of being a naughty nurse, hunky firefighter, or even Anastasia Steele. Sometimes we just want more excitement between the sheets—and role playing can do just that.
Being in a long-distance relationship or marriage brings on special challenges to both emotional and physical intimacy. But you can still build intimacy while you're apart. Here's how!
All kinds of awkward things can happen when you are getting hot and bothered. How both of you respond to awkward sex moments says a lot about your relationship, both now and in the future.
While we're of the same species, men and women communicate very differently. Men tend to use language to make a specific point or convey specific information, while women tend to use language to bond to and feel a connection with their partner.
Oxytocin has previously been touted as the physiological factor in attracting and keeping a partner's interest — but new research suggests that it's more complicated than that. In fact, oxytocin given to men in a committed relationship led to them keeping a distance from an attractive stranger.
Sex alone cannot provide the fullness of emotional connection needed for healthy relationships. Improving your relationship requires continual emotional growth. Here are seven ways to build that emotional intimacy.
Studies have proven that there are four behaviors that (when avoided) greatly improve your chances of avoiding divorce.