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A potential partner who flip flops emotionally is not a good match, says one relationship expert.
Social anxiety is self-consciousness on steroids, but you can get to the point where it doesn't own you.
Men are pre-programmed to send out physical clues when they're interested in a woman, experts say.
Women who are assertive and outspoken are particularly vulnerable to incivility from other women.
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When a Yale University psychology professor set out to teach a new course on how to be happy, the reaction was stunning.
Breakup bombshells like this can make us worry about the state of marriage itself, and the ability of anyone to stay together.
Brian Balthazar joins TODAY to emcee a Family Feud-style battle of the sexes.
Our Guys Tell All panel returns on TODAY to field more questions.
Our Guys Tell All panel field questions from women about the male mind.
Most of us have at least one person in our lives who makes our blood boil or leaves us in tears. Here's how to deal.
Kristen Bell, a self-proclaimed "old married woman" who wed Dax Shepard in 2013, shares some of the secrets she's learned to making a marriage last.
Couples watching the Olympics at home are probably wishing their relationships were more like the ones they see on ice. Here's how they make it work.
Once you understand this psychological aspect of love, it’s easy to see why sex is such an emotional thing for people and what your partner wants.
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Falling in love is nature's greatest high. Movies convince us we'll feel this way forever, but romance has an expiration date for everyone.
If you hate awkwardness, an author who studies the uncomfortable feelings shares some advice and a few words of comfort.
Most people believe more sex equals greater happiness, but a study found there is a magic number when it comes to sex among committed couples.
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You're in love and you're engaged, but are you really ready for married life?
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New research from Baylor University suggests that spending five minutes writing a to-do list before bed can help you fall asleep faster.
Infidelity is costly — it can lead to tears, break-ups, divorces and even violence. So why do people do it?
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Many women can't take a compliment without putting themselves down. A psychologist calls it a "fascinating cultural paradox."
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