Inching into your lover's personal bed space might be annoying, but new research reveals couples who sleep very close to each other are actually the happiest compared to those who just sleep close to each other.
We've all heard the saying that the best way to get over someone is to under someone. New research reveals that having a rebound relationship really helps ease the painful transition of moving on.
New infidelity research reveals that one in five people in relationships use secret phone number to stay in contact with their exes.
Want to know if he'll put a ring on it? You're in luck. Psychologists have identified a few characteristics or personal traits that predispose a person towards either getting married or living with their partner.
A new study reported that high stress levels can compromise children's immune systems.
Families where mothers bring in bigger paychecks than fathers are less likely to split up, according to researchers.
Having a child boosts a couple's chances of staying together. A new study found that women who have a child after experiencing fertility problems are more likely to remain with their partner.
"I told you so" is familiar phrase among couples, but the desire to be right can put unnecessary strain on relationships. To understand whether it's better to be right or to be happy, researchers assessed the quality of life of a married couple living in their own home.
Absence really does make the heart grow fonder, a new study suggests.
What doesn't kill you makes you happier, new research suggests. Psychologists found that painful experiences help promote people's ability to enjoy positive ones.
Researchers reported that couples who drank together or abstained from drinking together were more likely to stay married.
Spending lots of time on your phone may increase your risk of being cheated on.
Clingy partners are most likely to cheat, according to a new study.
Now there's another reason to work out the kinks in your marriage. A new study reveals that divorced people are significantly more likely to die from preventable accidents than their married counterparts.
Summer is the peak season for infidelity. A new study revealed that partners are most likely to cheat during June, July and August.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.