They’re not all the same!
Hint: It’s not in reference to Casper the Friendly Ghost.
Being there for a loved one in an abusive relationship requires patience — bucketloads of it.
A relationship becoming social media official is more of a milestone than we let on. Yes/No?
Your bae may not be sleeping with someone (yet), but baking cheesecake for them in the middle of the night. Here’s the 411 on emotional cheating…
Experts break down this complicated concept.
Relationship anxiety affects us all. Hands up if you’ve ever felt doubt, insecurity or the need for reassurance in a relationship? Cue all of us.
Dating someone with kids means yours won’t be a ‘normal’ relationship. Determine if that’s what you truly want by asking these questions…
Once the honeymoon period starts to fade, relationship niggles start to creep in. Here’s how to tackle the following potential dealbreakers.
Let the universe be your guide.
A psychologist recommends tips for how to rekindle a relationship. Tips include having more conversations, showing more physical affection, and planning dates.
In a new study, British investigators looked at the strange dynamics of choice in speed-dating, revealing how loneliness sets in even with a plethora of options.
Your guy’s Whatsapps can clue you in to whether he’s controlling or abusive. Check this list to ensure you’re not dating a dude who could become dangerous.
While the definition of a toxic friendship is pretty clear, it’s not always easy to spot IRL.
If you’ve caught feelings for your casual sex partner, you’e not alone. Relationship therapist Dr Chloe Carmichael, breaks down how to deal.
When it comes to telling your colleague you’re feeling them, promptly diving into their mouth tongue-first isn’t the best idea.
The term "narcissist" has been thrown around a lot in conversation to describe someone who does something self-absorbed. But, while most people tend to whip out the word when they’re ticked off about another's selfish action, narcissism is an actual mental health...
By now, you’ve probably heard of love languages, but did you know that apology languages exist as well? While love languages describe—among other things—the way you prefer to give and receive affection, an apology language recognises the many ways a person can, you...
So, you texted that person you’ve been seeing for a couple months, and 10 hours later, still no response *sigh*. You’re trying not to be clingy and double text (let’s be real, quadruple text), but you can’t even get this person to commit to getting drinks in the next...