For anyone, the people in our lives can make a difference. This is not limited to our life-long partner or family member but also the people we include our circle of friends. Social interaction can vary depending on how a person is able to carry on but it may have a direct line to the mental side of individuals.
Holding a good relationship with your partner is easier said than done these days, normally attributed to a lot of outside factors. This is one reason why there is a thing called courtship, to see if both can jive together and turn something good.
People seek a partner that is "responsive to their needs" and would arouse their sexual interest, according to a new study.
Newlyweds need to pull their weight if they believe their sharing household chores, according to a new study.
If you are a man, bringing in more trust for your partner can lead you to have a successful marriage. Similarly if you are women then you should work on your sex appeal because in a recent survey, 64 percent of men considered sexual compatibility to be the most important factor.
It's no secret that relationships generally become less fulfilling as time passes, and while relationships aren't all the same, here are some simple, proven tips that can help all couples keep their bond going strong.
The study reveals that in individuals with autism, pet arrival in the family setting may bring about changes in specific aspects of their socio-emotional development. It suggests the improvement of some prosocial behaviors in such individuals under certain circumstances.
Teenage years can sometimes be the most difficult time to deal with, for children as well as for parents. It's when they are neither considered adults nor a child. This could be confusing and adolescents find it very difficult to cope with the situation. The physical, psychological and hormonal changes could make them fussy or irritated, and this certainly reflects in their interpersonal and social relationships. A study by researchers from University of Missouri describes how adolescents......
Researchers have found that women with diabetes are much more likely to report low overall sexual satisfaction.
Researchers from Germany's Bielefeld University have discovered that young people who fall victim to cyberbullying or cyber harassment suffer most when fellow pupils make them objects of ridicule by distributing photographic material.
According to the researchers, poor mothers are more likely to be classified as having the mental illness known as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) because they live in poverty.
When a child is born with a physical or mental disability it's not just the child but the family as well needs to deal with the illness.
A new report has revealed that preventing dating abuse and assisting victims are not priorities for U.S. high schools.
A new study has revealed that African-American youths who live in public housing communities are about two times more likely to use tobacco than other African-American youths.
People with traces of anxiety related issues suffer more with technology acting as a tipping point