Alice and Timmy seem to have the perfect life BUT their TV habits and tastes are not in alignment. And it's tearing their relationship apart. Watch as these two lovable 1950s characters manage their DVR space, taste in programs and SPOILER alerts. Maybe TiVo can keep Alice and Timmy from getting a one-way ticket to Splitsville.
Jealousy is never about just one thing; in relationships, it can often indicate that there are deeper issues at play. Listen up to this relationship coach advice if you've ever wondered: can a healthy amount of jealousy ever be good for you?
The use of porn in romantic relationships is a hot-button issue. These relationship expert opinions show that while it may be used recreationally to enhance your love life, it can also perpetuate a harmful fantasy. What do you think about porn in relationships?
A breakup typically means moving out and moving on, but there's one way we still stay connected to our ex: through social media like Facebook and Twitter. Are you obsessively checking your ex's profile? Watch this video first, and then step away from the computer!
Some married couples believe that poor communication is just part of the deal. Relationship expert Sue Butler doesn't agree: in this new video, she explains how to change your communication style for real talk.
Are there big differences between cohabiting and being married? If you're living together, you may assume nothing will change if you say "I do". This panel offers relationship expert advice about moving in and shacking up.
If you're struggling with communication in your relationship, you're not alone. In a new video, love and relationship expert John Gray discusses the biggest challenges for people in long term relationships — and how to overcome them.
Diving into marriage is a big deal, and you should make sure you're ready. What's the biggest mistake couples make before they get married... and what's the best advice for avoiding it? Here, relationship expert tips for a long-lasting and healthy marriage.
It seems crazy that the contestants on reality dating shows can fall in love so quickly. What's really happening underneath the passion? Are these feelings of romance about a deeper connection or is it all part of the game?