These seven tips will help couples divide the household chores with a minimum of arguments.
Valentines advice: 33% of Americans say they’d be more likely to go out with someone who mentions crypto in their dating profile
Valentines advice: 40% of men and 25% of women are more interested in a potential date who mentions crypto in their profile.
A new study of about 1900 adults and students has found that two thirds of romantic couples started out in a platonic relationship.
A new study finds that married men who don’t help out with the housework tend to earn more, because they have more time to focus on work.
Dating someone with borderline personality disorder can be challenging, but that doesn't mean they can't form fulfilling relationships.
A new study finds the main reason behind "involuntary singlehood" is not knowing how to flirt. Other factors were effort and choosiness.
A new study shows that increased use of the pronouns "I" and "we" can be warning signs of a breakup, months before it happens.
Status envy: a study finds people envy others' social status (for example how respected they are) more than they envy others' possessions.
Do first impressions matter? A new German-Canadian study says no, not really; it found no evidence for the so-called “primacy effect."
A new study finds that only 85% of men report having a best friend, versus 98% of women.
Do couples look alike more and more as time passes? A new study debunks this popular idea, and says no, not really.
The outgoing introvert: a new study finds that pretending to be an extrovert makes the people around you feel happier and more relaxed.