Researchers concluded that teenagers who develop strong relationships in middle school have better social skills later on in life.
Saying "I do" later in life is financially beneficial for women, but not for men, according to a new report.
According to the study, 20.4 percent of respondents masturbated three times a day or more.
A new study has found a surprising benefit of cheating on your partner: weight loss.
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.
Adolescence is a tricky and awkward time for children trying to fit in with the adult world. It is during this time that a person grasps abstract ideas of the society and the little nuances that make up a family and intimate relationships. According to a new study, family dynamics during early teenage years shape a person's future relationships, and teenagers raised in a positive family climate are more likely to have stable relationships in the future.
Are you in a "normal" relationship? Is the sex and love you're getting from your relationship "normal", below par or above average? Relationship researchers on a quest to help couples build long-lasting, happy relationship are claiming that they have finally figured out the age old question of what is considered "normal" when it comes to sex and intimacy in a relationship.
If you have broken out of too many relationships just within 3 months or so, this may have made you wonder if you have commitment issues. A lot of people do not even realize this pattern that they are stuck in. By the time they start knowing the other person, they would have already created a big row and broken off the relationship. But does that necessarily mean that he/she has commitment issues? Well, maybe or maybe not. Dr. Petra Boynton, a social psychologist and sex researcher working in International Health Care at University College London, writes in The Telegraph that when we meet someone, it takes some time before we get to know them, and at that time we are still deciding if we are right for each other or not. So it could be that you are still just meeting people and haven't really come across anything that suits you or them.
Afraid to commit yourself to a relationship? Blame it on your parents, says a new study from Tel Aviv University.
For all those people who are on the lookout for a life partner, here is something useful for you. If your girlfriend or boyfriend is really good as a partner, you can be sure that they are also going to make a wonderful parent for your child. A new research reveals that the same set of skills that makes us a good partner, is what we use to nurture our children too. The study aimed at examining how caregiving works out in families. The researchers wanted to check how one relationship in the family affects another.
As children and even as young adults, most of us are confident or probably even overconfident of our aspirations. It's not until we reach our late twenties that we realize that the life we are living is very different from the one we had imagined to live or perhaps dreamed of living when we were younger. A new research reveals that as young adults, although events in life such as getting married and having children may have seemed mundane to us, as we grow up, even those simple aspirations do not come true for many people.
A strong sense of smell is apparently the secret behind a happy and lasting relationship, scientists claim. While it is believed that for two people to be drawn towards each other and stay together, they need to look pleasing to each other, a new research says that it is also important that people smell good to each other and to themselves. According to the new study, the presence or absence of a good sense of smell can make or break relationships.
There could be a number of reasons why people break off their relationships, but the latest one getting increasingly common is "addiction to porn sites". While there are many couples who enjoy watching porn, and there are also many who do not mind their partner watching the adult websites, the question is, where to draw the line? What is acceptable and what is not? When such websites are available in abundance and these videos are just a click away, porn sites are not only destroying the innocent minds of the young much before they reach an age where they would understand what they are seeing, it is also destroying relationships by raising the expectations of those who watch it.
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.