Reading your partner's emotions can be good for the relationship, but not when contempt and anger come into play, research finds.
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Research shows the last big recession led to more arguments in marriages. The finding comes as couples face financial hardships because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Though it can be a tough thing to admit, parents really do have favorite kids. But their adult children are usually wrong about which sibling mom favors.
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Experts have 12 tips for couples navigating the new reality of staying at home and social distancing. One tip? Make sure you're getting enough time alone.
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Stay-at-home orders offer the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But for those dealing with domestic violence, home is not always a safe place.
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A new study finds a connection between attachment anxiety and avoidance and finances, including how people see their partner's spending.
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Children stay in school longer and get married later when their parents love each other, according to research with couples from Nepal.
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An expert busts a few chocolate myths, including whether women are more into it, and whether it boosts romance as an aphrodisiac.
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An optimistic partner may stave off the risk factors leading to Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and cognitive decline as you grow old together.
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