Whose happiness is most important—hers or yours? And what are you willing to do to achieve it?
Don’t panic. You are not in crisis although one or both of you might feel like you are.
We’d just had our daughter but staying would have made everything worse.
Trying to avoid his father’s mistakes, Steven Lake shares what would have made a difference in his understanding of relationships if . . .
Advice for managing the radio silence that sometimes comes after you say what you need.
We want to hear the stories of how you bonded with your special man; share your memories and funny moments.
Advice for overcoming the fear of falling in love.
When you mistake being used for love, you risk everything.
Guys, being nice won’t get you the girl. That’s because ‘nice’ isn’t what women need. If you want a relationship, bring on the real you.
You don’t always know what you’re doing. Mark Manson unveils a few lies we’ve been telling ourselves, and how to stop.
It’s not your imagination–that sudden, inexplicable distance between you and your partner. Lisa Arends explains.
Kate Hakala recognizes that splitting from someone you truly care about is enormously complex and unique for every person.
Sue Nador helps you fill in the blanks!
Hilary Silver thinks that when the one you’re with is sending mixed messages, it’s time to get really honest with yourself.
Jenny Glick offers some unexpected advice. She think this is less about what he is doing and more about how she can respond.
Time, history, and experience gave you confidence with your last love. When you’re ready, Jonathan Buzin has some tips for starting over.