Relationships — whether personal or professional — play an important role in our lives. But some relationships can end up being toxic, and it’s not always easy to end them. Family therapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, visited the Couch to talk with us about what this can mean for you.
Chemistry and laughter are elements of the perfect date, but fiscal responsibility is a top turn-on as well. Many want to know their prospective dates’ credit scores first.
Take your date to one of these restaurants, bars or fun activities to get close (or hot and bothered) this season.
It’s been a rough week for Tebow. After all the hubbub this season, he was passed over for the Jets’ starting job. And then there’s this…
Moll Anderson, lifestyle expert and author of Seductive Tables For Two is here to show us how to set the scene for a date with your special someone.
A Brooklyn woman who kept noticing the lonely people in the subways decided she would help them do something about it – and start an innovative business for the purpose.
As the cover star for the December issue of “Cosmopolitan,” Taylor Swift dishes on lyrics, motherhood, and dating. “I’ve had a lot of dark and twisty situations happen,” she says, and they’re “not interesting to me.”
Flirting & communications expert Rachel DeAlto’s new book “Flirt Fearlessly” may not be out just yet, but she hit The Couch all of the dirt on how to make the most out of online dating and gives us her insider tips for finding love online.
Relationship expert Paul Carrick Brunson says you can tell a lot by a person’s surroundings. His new book, It’s Complicated, was just released. Now he’s revealing the 5 top tips to improve your dating life.
There are hundreds of great places to take your date out in New York City, but there are still some secret hotspots around town that you may not know about.
Harlan Cohen, advice columnist and the bestselling author of “Getting Naked: Five Steps To Finding The Love Of Your Life,” joined the Couch on Thursday. He wants to help you help your kids figure the whole ‘dating thing’ out.
It’s not easy finding love, especially in New York City. But one master matchmaker says the key is to keep putting yourself out there.
Too many women go looking for love in all the wrong places, in all the wrongs ways, with all the wrong guys. Or so says professional matchmaker Amy Laurent. She’s the star of the reality hit “Miss Advised” on Bravo, and she’s also the author of the brand new book “8 Weeks To Everlasting.”
During a TV press event this week, Ethel Kennedy spoke her approval of Taylor Swift, who appears to be dating–or at least getting cozy with–her grandson, Conor Kennedy.
The naughty novel has plenty of fans. In fact, the book has reportedly started a trend: Ladies fulflling their ’50 Shades’ fantasies online. So, is this just a way for women to express themselves? Or is it just plain wrong?