Flirty furniture, badly behaved boys, money and marriage, and the couples handbag test.
Nine must-click love and relationships links.
In a statement for People magazine, Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley cite "devastating heartbreak" as the reason for their daughter, Alex Ray's, Dec. 5 suicide attempt. [PopEater]
Tiger Woods has a surprising new mistress. [Buzzfeed]
Shakespeare might have had a lot to say about love, but read what these modern-day playwrights have to say about sex. [Nerve]
Thanks to Chris Brown and Jon Gosselin, among others (ahem: Tiger Woods!), 2009 may go down as the year of the sleaze. See Double X has a guide to the worst cads of 2009 if you've not had enough of badly behaved men. [Double X]
The National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia just released its annual Money & Marriage report on the state of marital health in the United States. The Huffington Post highlights the findings that could help strengthen your marriage during tough economic times. [HuffPo]
Dating rules in the adult world don't necessarily apply on campus. See He's Just Not That Into You: College Edition. [College Candy]
Tired of mixed signals and relationship miscommunication? Give the guy your handbag and see what he does with it. [Em and Lo]