People used to meet through family, friends, neighbors, church, or school. Each of these has been in stark decline from the 1940s to present.
‘I don’t know at what point we moved from disagreeing with the argument to hating the person, and that scared me. I decided I have to do something,’ says this Better Angels delegate.
After reading the latest installment in the ‘my husband disappoints me’ genre in The New York Times last weekend — this one penned by a clinical psychologist — I’d say we have a trend.
If the word for ‘mother’ falls out of fashion or is pushed out of language entirely, will our thoughts still be able to form the idea of mother without the word?
Practical and enlightened as they are, most people care more about finding love than finding a good deal, and marriage beats cohabitation hands down.
This effort to eradicate masculinity is dangerous because it disrupts the relationships that depend on the complementary nature of the sexes.
Women need and deserve their own life script, one that suits us. In order to develop one, we need to know and be told the truth about what makes women happy.
Online dating creates the wrong incentives, wastes time, and is an all-around disappointing, frustrating practice. Here’s why you should abandon it.
This holiday season, be conscious of your budget, take note of her taste, and heed a few simple design rules to get her a gift she’ll love.
For a donut-licking child star, ‘thank u, next’ is surprisingly mature.
How should we view these powerful sensations, and what role should they play in our lives?
Brooke Williams’ mindset is so focused on attacking her husband’s motives and preserving her ability to win future arguments that the series would be more aptly titled ‘Modern War.’
Becca and Garrett kept an open mind when building their relationship. In our hyper-politicized culture, more Americans need to do the same.
With more free time, warm weather, and less clothes, romance and the legendary summer fling are upon us. Here’s how to make it turn into something real.
Mary Katharine Ham talks to the Washington Post’s dating and relationship columnist Lisa Bonos about when dating gets political and digital.
Evangelical Aimee Byrd is promoting intimate friendships between opposite-sex Christians as a way to bond spiritually while modeling that men and women can be close without bad behavior.
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