Learning how to flirt and touch a woman in a way that is both consensual and sexy is a fine art. Dr. NerdLove gives guys a primer.
David Baxter has a couple of novel ideas for taking the stress out of first dates.
Dennis Williams suggests that opening up the past is something that should be done with caution, if at all.
Lauren Lobley was afraid of falling madly in love. Now, she and her husband are happy and in love. What’s their secret?
In surveys of nearly 40,000 men in 13 countries, character, self-determination, and work topped the list of what defines masculinity.
Graham Phoenix writes to a close friend about why the relationship the friend sought did not happen, about what his friend wants in life now.
Chris Cowan proposes that in a healthy relationship, “I need you” can be just as true as, “I’m fine without you” – in fact, they’re even more true when you put them together.
The way we talk about sexuality and gender has changed dramatically in the last decade. Hank Green offers a friendly primer.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza shares a few of the questions that he’s gotten on first dates in hopes of sparing others these awkward moments.
Showtime explores 4 deadly mistakes people make in building trust.
Dr. Bill Cloke has worked with many couples in his long career, and there are few things he thinks you should know about your partner before you tie the knot.
Katherine Logan longs for a day when dating a single mom is something normal, not special or heroic.
Dr. NerdLove helps guys with the dreaded DTR talk, and explains it’s only dreaded because most guys haven’t learned how to do it correctly.