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Unhappy couples’ shared traits

Unhappy couples’ shared traits

Rocky relationships often share the same set of red flags and negative behaviors. Here are the ones to watch out for — and how to keep them in check.

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How happy couples stay in love

How happy couples stay in love

Relationships can be the vehicle for some of life’s greatest gifts — provided you keep the machine well-oiled and aligned, of course. Here are five keys for keeping yours running smoothly.

3 first-date chemistry clues

3 first-date chemistry clues

Is your new crush looking for a life partner, a lover, or just a friend? Here, a psychologist shares his expert insights on how to easily figure out what someone’s really angling for on a first date.

Handling scary dating moments

Handling scary dating moments

Terrified to ask for someone’s phone number or go in for a first kiss? Never fear, help is here!

Halloween love tricks

Halloween love tricks

Here’s some advice that’ll score you a bagful of phone numbers on Halloween!

Rewire your brain for romance!

Rewire your brain for romance!

Dating with the wrong mindset can sabotage even the most promising of prospects. By changing the way you think about love, you’ll turn yourself into an instant attraction magnet… and here’s how.

New findings: passion can last

New findings: passion can last

The heat of passion doesn’t always cool off over time between two partners, according to new research. Here’s how to keep things sizzling in your relationship over the long-term.

Love, dating and neuroscience

Love, dating and neuroscience

Scientists now believe that love, lust and even monogamy could be traced back to brain chemistry. Here, we chat with an author whose new book explores the role neuroscience plays in our love lives.

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