It’s a modern problem. They don’t reply, our world crumbles to salt and ash. But why? Why do we feel like this, and why don’t they text back?
Love, we’ve all felt it. Or at least, we think we have. However, there are signs that we mistake for love that most certainly are not.
According to numerous internet studies, Christmas is the most likely time that we’re either getting busy, or busy breaking up.
“If it doesn’t work, at least we tried.” In an effort to bring peace to their relationship, local couple decides to introduce a baby into the equation.
Are you a gelotophobe or a gelotophile? New research shows that partners who enjoy being laughed at make for a happier relationship.
Dotty LaFou, the suburban sage, is here to solve your problems. This week, a new couple is a risk by inadvertent gas attacks in the middle of the night.
Research around the depths of loneliness Australians face has triggered a thought in Gretel Killeen: if loneliness was viewed as the economic burden to government it actually is, would they take more action?
We’re all subject to an odd phenomenon in life, where one name is somehow home to an endless cycle of douchebags. My name is Josh.
According to research, the key to a long marriage is base intelligence. Dissapointly, it also states that we don’t want that.
Social media is everyone is celebrating #NationalBoyfriendDay, so we thought we’d offer you an opportunity to get yours in line.
This morning, we’ve discovered that Bert and Ernie’s original writer believed them to be a couple. While Sesame Workshop has denied the claim, they’re also denying what they’ve taught us.
Dotty LaFou is here to solve your suburban squabbles. This week, she faces off with a marriage under serious danger from Fortnite.
I’m a person of brains, wit and empathy. I have a solid career, I speak to my mum regularly, and I go off in the sack. Too bad I’m short. Right?
Recently, I was asked to spy on a close friend’s close Tinder date. I agreed, but now hope I don’t have a case of Tinder Transmitted Disease.
I held a love that was not usual. It was destructive, fraught with danger and murdered the reasonable versions of us. But I’m not saying it was bad.
Over the weekend, Henry Cavill became the latest notable that missed the point of #MeToo. So yes, we’re here again.
Albert Einstein was many great things, but according to a recent discovery, a decent partner he was not. I vote we rewrite hystori.
It’s wrong to attach the morals of today to the television of yesterday. With that being said, there are partners who need to pack their things, post haste.
For many migrants, a relationship is not just their reason for leaving their home, it is the sole legal tether to their new one.
The act of love might remain unchanged through the centuries, but has our way that we approach it changed? You tell me, bae.
The attachment theory attests that who we’re attracted to is often down on our experiences growing up. But, can we break that cycle?
A recent study took on the challenge of measuring the trust we have in our partners, and the trust in those same people when it ends.