February 12, 2009 Who Can You Trust? New relationships can't withstand breaches of confidence as easily as long-term romances, friendships
December 15, 2008 The Happy Network People with a strong circle of close-knit friends can spread happiness far and wide
November 26, 2008 A Real Goal-Getter Women so easily overextend themselves that they often neglect their physical and emotional health. Here's how to fix the nine biggest mistakes you're making every day
October 9, 2008 Secrets, Lies and Other Stupid Moves Unearthing a hidden past can put a relationship at-risk, but experts say revealing those secrets the right way can lead to healing
October 1, 2008 Make-up & Kiss Later It's a film and television cliché that lovers' quarrels should end with a passionate reconciliation; but is getting hot when you're bothered really a healthy way to end a fight?
July 25, 2008 Green Machine Be it her greater career success or his trimmer physique, feeling inferior to your partner can lead to tension and in-house fighting. Here's how to express your feelings to your partner, how to use them as motivation and how to get over it
July 15, 2008 More to Love Excess pounds can create more than just a physical divide between couples. Here’s how to speak to your spouse without disrupting the house
January 11, 2008 Ha-Ha-Ha-Healthy Laughter eases the pain in more ways than one and could even add happiness to a relationship
December 28, 2007 All-in-the-Family Vacations More families are opting for group vacations – here’s how to gather the clan for a memorable, peaceful trip
November 28, 2007 ‘I Was Just Teasing!’ The right kind of teasing can buoy a romance; the wrong kind can sink it. Do you know the difference?
November 16, 2007 What Women (and Men) Want A recent study found that when looking for mates, men seek beauty and women seek wealth and security. What does this mean for those on a quest for the perfect partner?
November 9, 2007 Prepare For Liftoff With most couples busier than ever, sex often takes a backseat to sleep and responsibilities. But don’t discount the power of foreplay to keep the attraction alive
October 12, 2007 Married Without Children Countless reasons exist when couples don’t have kids, and being sensitive to the childless will save you face – here are five things to avoid
September 12, 2007 Friends Forever? Researchers distill the qualities that keep friends on good terms
August 10, 2007 Love Thy Neighbor Before summer wanes take steps to unify your neighborhood by organizing a block-party gathering, charity event or bake sale to meet and greet your neighbors, and start building community kinship
August 3, 2007 The ‘It’ Factor: Humor Improv comic Michael Bunin, star of the TBS series "My Boys," offers advice on how to add a laugh to your day-to-day life
July 13, 2007 Turn Tots Off of TV Forty percent of 3-month-old infants are regularly watching TV, DVDs or videos – a number that jumps to 90 percent by age two. Here’s how to break your little one of a bad TV habit
April 13, 2007 The Aftermath of a Faux Pas Little or big, handling a mistake with grace calls for equal parts apology, sincerity and common sense
April 6, 2007 Dear Friend: Why Writing Letters Still Matters So what if mailing a letter to grandma isn’t as convenient as e-mail? Sending old-fashioned correspondence can keep your mind sharp, your loved ones close and your history intact
March 2, 2007 Beyond Chicken Soup When a loved one gets word of a serious illness, it takes more than gentle comfort (or food) to guide them through the ordeal
February 9, 2007 Four Simple Steps to Say ‘Not Tonight’ Whether it’s a headache or an early alarm call, rejecting a partner’s advances doesn’t have to be an automatic ego wound – or grounds for a late-night argument.
March 1, 2006 Closer… Closer… Closer… Meaningful relationships—romantic, platonic or other—
can have a profound impact on your physical health