Love: How Multiple Sclerosis Improved My Marriage
"Dear are the cheapest therapist I've ever been to."

How Multiple Sclerosis Improved My Marriage (Really)

This writer's health battles have had a surprising positive effect on her love life: When it comes to marriage ups and downs, she no longer sweats the small stuff. Instead of getting in an argument, she turned to journaling for stress relief. What couples advice has helped your relationship?

red wine poached filet mignon
Who knew steak could be so sexy?

Dinner For Two: Make It Sizzle With Red Wine Steak

We're serving up a mouthwatering array of dishes that are sure to impress your date — all of which are sneakily flavored with aphrodisiac ingredients. This week's menu features a hearty meal of red wine poached filet mignon, asparagus (catering to vegetarian and carnivorous tastes), bourbon truffles, plus a cozy cocktail recipe perfect for beating the cold!

Thai salmon sliders
Sink your teeth into one of these babies!

Dinner For Two: Spice It Up With Thai Salmon Sliders

We're serving up a mouthwatering array of dishes that are sure to impress your date — all of which are sneakily flavored with aphrodisiac ingredients. This week's menu features a healthy twist: Thai salmon sliders, baked fries, and lemon and ginger bars, plus a skinny cocktail recipe!

law of attraction
It's gonna take a little more effort than that, honey.

'The Secret' To The Law Of Attraction? It's A Bunch Of B.S.

It's been seven years since the publication of the wildly popular self-help book 'The Secret'. The principle at the book's core—the Law of Attraction—still holds many under its Vulcan mind-meld grip. I can see why: Who wouldn't want to believe that all you have to do is think the right thoughts and the love of your dreams will find you? But key premises of the Law of Attraction can do you more harm than good in the search for love and partnership. Here's why.

Duck Dynasty, Phil Robertson
In his interview with GQ, Duck Dynasty's Robertson compared homosexuality to bestiality.

'Duck' Dilemma: Phil Robertson's Remarks Point To A Bigger Issue

The Koran, Torah and New Testament all vilify homosexuals. As much I think Phil Robertson is an ignorant buffoon, the man was simply abiding by the tenets of his faith—he even paraphrased from the New Testament. Our culture is now starting to move past centuries-old biases against sexual orientation, but organized religion has not—and cannot—do the same without abandoning scriptural teachings. if our culture is to advance, we may need to more openly question the ancient Middle-Eastern documents on which we still base it.

love, gift-giving
You shouldn't have! Actually, yes you should. Photo:, Flickr

Bah Humbug? Why Gift-Giving Is Crucial To Your Relationship

Even the most cynical among us can agree that the holiday season has an element of magic to it. But before a single egg is nogged or Christmas goose stuffed, there's that little matter of buying gifts. And that's when, for many of us, the magic disappears. But here's a very good reason not to throw up your hands and admit defeat this holiday season: Gift-giving can also work magic on your relationship.

love, relationships, radical honesty
With love, anything is possible.

The One Radical Rule That Saved My Relationship

When my husband and I first came together as a romantic couple three years ago, we agreed to practice a pretty radical rule to ensure the long-term success of our relationship. The rule can prove more challenging to abide by than you might suspect at first. But both of us feel it's well worth the occasional angst we experience in order to enjoy a romance that lets us feel totally connected and utterly trusting of each other.

Infographic: Is He Or She Off Limits?
To date or not to date? That is the question!

Infographic: Is He Or She Off Limits?

Deciding whether or not the person you're crushing on is off limits can be a question you don't want to answer. We've created a flowchart to help.

marriage isn't for you
What if it was the bride, not the groom, who wrote this article?

'Marriage Isn't For You' Guy Earns Praise For Not Being A Jerk

The post is called 'Marriage Isn't For You', and it's gotten 24 million views and counting. Basically, a dude says, "Look what I did! I realized I'm not the center of the world!" and he's catapulted to internet stardom and met with instant, widespread praise. But this isn't really about love; it's about control.