Pessimists make better spouses than optimists, a new study suggests.
When it comes to having an affair, working class women want an upper class man, whereas men want a working class woman.
Sexting is cheating, according to a new poll.
Researchers found that children who experience parental divorce at a young age felt more insecure about their relationships with their parents.
A new study reveals that age affects how married couples handle conflict. Researchers revealed that older people handle disagreements more often by changing the subject.
A new survey on unfaithful spouses reveals that wives who cheat spend more on shopping than faithful ones.
Low self-control may actually promote selfless behavior in close relationships, a new study suggests.
Ladies, the next time you catch your man checking other women out, try your best not to get angry. Scientists say evolution and his genes are the reasons why he has the habit of ogling anything with a skirt.
If your relationship is on the rocks, try going on a double date. A new study reveals that double dates act like an aphrodisiac by increasing partners' attraction to one another.
If you're still not sure about online dating, you may want to listen up. A new study revealed that more than a third of marriages between 2005 and 2012 began online, and online couples actually enjoy happier and longer marriages.
Your dreams may predict the future of your relationships, a new study suggests.
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.
Japanese scientists have discovered an antibiotic that could stop men from cheating. Researchers believe that the drug works by making men immune to seduction.
A poll conducted by online dating site AshleyMadison.com, which helps married people look for potential extramarital flings, revealed the top ten restaurants for cheaters to meet.
Study finds that children who experience a divorce have a higher risk for smoking.
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.