It was the house where Emily and her husband Ryan would live happily ever after. And it needed a lot of work. Emily Bolls remembers the tears and fears of a renovation from hell that would tax any marriage!
Musician Melissa Auf Der Maur talks about jealousy, relationships, and the ultimate collaboration.
Can sex be considered an expression of spirituality? Thomas Moore unravels truth about sexuality and religion, tying together the concept of body and soul. From ancient mythology to present day beliefs, sex has played an important role and evolved through time.
After more than four decades of married life; Olympia Dukakis and Louis Zorich's credits include two illustrious acting careers; three kids; three grandkids; one Academy Award; and a profound sense of partnership. Dukakis looks back on their journey.
Got a different idea than he does about what constitutes a relaxing getaway? YourTango's got the solution. Here are eight amazing vacation spots where you and your love can indulge in a universal definition of fun. Whether its rolling on beaches or sightseeing, there are a few venues where you can get the best of both.
Gail Sheehy; best-selling author and veteran political journalist has another accomplishment on her resume: a 20-year-old marriage‚Äîone with all the right moves. She reflects upon her the long and winding road of her relationship with her husband; Clay Felker.
A husband‚Äôs big new job makes his former top-dog wife feel small. Susan King offers emotional and practical support for her new financial role.
As the brooding detective on Law & Order: S.V.U., Christopher Meloni spends his days reacting to shocking scenarios of human depravity and violence. Even Sherman, his wife, has a hard time watching the show. No wonder they want "real life" to be drama-free. Jesse Kornbluth finds out how they have made their marriage a cornerstone of happiness; from the day Sherman rolled into Chris's life on a Harley to their ten-year itch for each other.
The first impression your senses catch onto can tell you much about your chemistry, his personality and whether a man's looking for a fling or a relationship. Experts in a variety of fields from speed dating to psychic readings tell us to trust the natural signals we receive from flirting.
How do you know if he's The One? The one you'll be with forever, the one you want to marry, your one true love? Do soul mates really exist? Professional matchmaker Rachel Greenwald investigates the search for Mr. Right. "How does anyone ever know who's right for them in the long run? Everywhere I go, I meet smug married couples who love to relate the moment they 'just knew' they'd found their life partners. As far as I'm concerned, it's revisionist history; if the marriage in question has worked out so far, they say they acted on their rock solid gut. But if it ended in divorce, they confess to earlier doubts. To be frank, I don't believe anyone can really know this kind of information for sure—and I speak not just from my college relationship, or from all my years as a dating coach, but from reflecting back on my own 1992 wedding."
A real-life monster-in-law is poisoning one reader's family ties. Susan King talks survival tactics for Mrs. Mama's Boy
Christopher Hitchens admits to his major flaw—never wanting to lose an argument.
The playlist may be the ultimate deal starter, closer, and whatever comes in between. But, how do you pick the song that gets the ladies and fellas on the dance floor? It's trickier than you think. Paying close attention the needs of both men and women, Dean Chandler has hand picked selections for the best mood music iTunes can find.
All that couple-y, romantic stuff left this writer cold. But then one Valentine's Day, something shifted. Audrey Ference explains how she went from skeptic to romantic without losing her street cred.
A reader writes in with a problem: His girlfriend wants to live in the country; and he wants to stay in the city. A suburban compromise won't do. Advice columnist Susan King suggests ways to focus on the little gestures to make it work.