Turns out definitions of “friendship” and “love” may be more complicated than we once thought.
Finally, the answer to the “Our Body, Ourselves” question nobody was ever brave enough to ask.
Hit the gym as a couple to help strengthen bonds (and biceps! Mark Banschick explains the fear of commitment and provides tips for building mutually fulfilling relationships.
From stargazing, to kayaking, to coffee shop hops, check out this creative list of ways to reconnect with your sweetie without stressing out your wallet. Romance can have a positive (and negative) impact on our health and wellbeing.
Anyone who’s gone to college—or, heck, anyone—is probably familiar with the concept of “friends with benefits.” But what does science have to say about these relationships?
And what “benefit” (besides the obvious one) do they really bring to our lives?
It happened to Cinderella and Prince Charming, so it can happen to us too, right? Avoid these bad habits that could harm a happy relationship. Mark Banschick explains why intimacy is so appealing—and so difficult.
Find out if love at first sight is just for fairy tales. Do committed relationships require being monogamous? One Greatist staffer opens her mind to open relationships. Check out this list of active winter dates that will keep the heart (and the romance) pumping. Living together can change a relationship for the good and bad. Studies have shown that heterosexual married couples are generally less stressed—and a new study shows the same goes for homosexual couples, too. In the second of a series of columns on relationships, psychiatrist Dr.