A new niche Tinder-like dating app has emerged to cater the marginalized hook-up needs of plus-size audience.
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.
One in every 14 women worldwide is sexually assaulted by someone apart from their partner, a new report suggests.
Researchers found that cohabitation plays "a major role" in the development of long-term relationships lasting over eight years.
Researchers found that casual sex can increase one's risk of developing mental illnesses.
Around 50 per cent of women generally wake up in a bad mood because in their dreams they were cheated by their partners, according to a new research.
The Pew Research Center found that even though people distrust online-dating websites, they still continue to use them to find a life partner.
Researchers found that men and women do look for different things in a romantic partner contrary to popular belief.
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.
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.
In a 10-year long study, researchers concluded that having strained and unsupportive partners can increase one's risk for developing a major depressive disorder in the future.
Women with low self-esteem will invest more into their relationships than their more confident counterparts, according to a new study.
it's not just popular culture, songs and movies that talk profess about love. It turns out that, the people in the lab-coats have found evidence that love is indeed good for health.
New research reveals that couples who travel together are in better relationships and have better sex compared to those who don't.
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.