a New York City woman said it has all led to a modern-day addiction. She learned that staying in touch could actually make people out of touch.
Check out these Valentine’s Day date ideas for new relationships and singles this Valentine’s Day.
Just one week remained until Valentine’s Day as of Friday, and for many couples, finding the perfect gift – or making sure your partner knows what to get you – can be a challenge.
Spice up your plans with these five ways to ignite the fire in your relationship this Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, focus on all the things you love about yourself, your interests and your favorite people.
Alright, Singletons, it’s time to stop moping around feeling sorry for yourself for being single during the holidays. We have five reasons to celebrate your solo status!
It’s time to replace your lazy days at the beach and romantic Central Park picnics with cozy pumpkin picking adventures and shared cups of apple cider.
Forget looks, shared interest, or a sense of humor it may be your credit score that lands you a date.
A new study showed many people have not ended up with the true love of their life. But can you learn to love the one you’re with?
Relationship expert Kailen Rosenberg is the author of new book “Real Love, Right Now: A Love Architect’s 30 Day Blueprint For Finding Your Soulmate.” ‘Real Love, Right Now’ lays out a foolproof, step-by-step, 30-day plan that will give you the very best shot at emotional and romantic fulfillment.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll joined us on The Couch to talk about the interesting finds, which seem to underscore how different modern relationship etiquette is. From text message break-ups to date requests on the phone, there are some shocking conclusions.
Celebrity divorce attorney Vikki Ziegler and psychotherapist Robi Ludwig visited The Couch to share their thoughts on what brought about this spike in infidelity.
Andrea Syrtash, relationship expert and c0-author of It’s Okay To Sleep With Him On The First Date And Every Other Rule Of Dating Debunked, stopped by The Couch to weigh in on the effect of the Internet in the world of dating.
One journalist turned to science and scores of women to figure out what makes women tick — and he came up with a groundbreaking theory, which is now a book.
If you’re weighed down by credit cards, all the debt may be hurting more than your wallet.