Flirting and communications expert Rachel DeAlto has her top tips to help you feel your flirtiest this Valentine’s Day.
Let’s talk about love – finding it, and keeping it. What are the rules? Men and women don’t always agree. The Couch brought in relationship experts Siggy Flicker and Rich Santos to boil it down.
Whether you’re looking to try the world of online dating for the first time, or are just not finding the love you’re looking for on the Web, Debra Goldstein and Olivia Baniuszewicz know how to help.
Finding that special someone isn’t easy — especially in big cities like New York. But according to matchmaker Paul Carrick Brunson, there are steps you can take to find love.
On Logo’s brand new show, aptly titled “The Sex Show,” viewers can ask all the pressing questions they have about love, sex and relationships from a panel of experts.
According to these experts, there are five money personalities. Knowing what your label is can save your relationship.
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.
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.
‘Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus,’ sold over 50 million copies. His latest book, Venus of Fire, Mars on Ice, he explains the connections between hormones and happiness.
Relationship expert Laurie Puhn is the author of Fight Less, Love More, and she says 5 minutes is all a couple needs to make improvements to their relationship.
On Monday, October 1, Taylor Swift teased the title song off her forthcoming album Red.
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.
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.”
You’re shallow. You’re a slut. You’re a liar. You’re a mess. Sounds harsh, right? But according to a new book, these are just some of the reasons you’re not married yet.
While it’s true breakups aren’t easy, it’s also true there’s probably no better place than New York City to be single. The Big Apple offers nearly limitless options when it comes to trying new things and treating yourself – whether it’s chocolate or a few cocktails.