Four men talk about why they needed to take a break from casual sex and dating and what that time afforded them.
While love languages tend to be informed by upbringing and life experiences, your zodiac sign can also deeply influence how you love.
In a time of inflation and economic instability, there are benefits to exploring a more affordable and thoughtful approach to modern dating.
At a time when we’re lonelier than ever, exchanging secrets with strangers can offer a little bit of connection.
Three years in, this is how the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed our friendships.
We never considered ourselves a typical couple by society’s standards, so we gave divorce a try—a sleep divorce.
From Lovewick to Couply, Silicon Valley is pumping out apps attempting to make couples closer. But do they actually work?
Routes to Safety is a trauma-informed model for building stronger connections within our relationships that accommodates a wider range of people’s experiences.
It’s possible to learn about yourself and love through different types of intimacy with someone you don’t necessarily want to date.
Breaking up with a partner is hard no matter the circumstances, but the end of a friendship is a different type of hurt.
The state of scary obsession with the object of your affection is familiar for many — and it has a name: limerence.
How do you ensure that you don’t misplace your love or alienate that love with ugly behaviors? What can you do to love fully?
Words by Kathleen Wong. Art by Sam Liacos. What should falling in love actually feel like? There is arguably no other idiom in the English language more ubiquitous than “falling in love.” We hear it in songs, television shows (hello, Bachelor Nation), books, movies, and of course, conversations in real life. The exact origin of…
We spoke to four people about the time they said ‘I love you’ first and how they overcame the fear to do so.