Healthy relationships are one of the best things in the world. They lift us up, challenge us, support us, and make us feel like we’re super human. Nothing can get us down when we’re in a good relationship… Especially ones
Have you found yourself getting tired, grumpy, or otherwise lacking drive in your relationship? We all go through tough times with our significant others, but when the lack of energy starts to get in the way of fostering a healthy
Sometimes the best relationships wither and die. Sometimes the friends we hated at first turn out to be our soulmates! It’s wild to think that somewhere out there the person you’re going to marry, you’re other half, is walking around.
We all wish we could have an outside view into how we act around people, and how people actually see us. Unfortunately, we’re stuck in our own bodies and brains and don’t get this aerial view of our relationship building.
Everybody flirts and everybody does it in a different way. This variation is at the heart of many dynamic social interactions – and it is also a space where things can be misunderstood. Understanding your own specific brand of flirting
Science has found that what you’re attracted to is not just reflective of individual desire. Rather, it is in part an expression of cultural upbringing, and also an expression of biological urges. Humans, like many other animals on the planet, are
Romantic relationships span across the lifetime, and people change emotionally at different paces. Sometimes age differences seem fairly far apart when it comes to how old your body is, but other times people can connect because they have similar emotional
Relationships are often governed by power dynamics that we may not be completely consciously aware of. Some people like taking charge, while others like having the security of another person making decisions for them. Which one are you?
Inspired by the movie Inside Out, this quiz will tell you what your dominant emotion is. If you want to find out, go ahead and try it!
How we behave with our partner is reflected in the way we interact with other critical relationships in your life. While it is possible to alter our love language in different contexts, often times there are patterns in how we