New research challenges commonly accepted assumptions about the dynamics of happy and unhappy relationships.
Couples in open marriages feel happiness for their partner’s other romances, which they call “compersion,” but that doesn’t mean they can’t also experience jealousy.
Some people hide their emotions to protect themselves during conflicts, but instead it hampers attempts to resolve the issue.
Keeping secrets can be psychologically damaging, but gaining insight into the reasons for doing so can help lead to empowerment instead.
The great divide between rich and poor in America has led to different sets of relationship issues for high- and low-SES couples.
Are you feeling down? Findings from a recent study suggest that acting more extraverted than usual could boost your mood.
We’d like to think of dating as a way of testing out potential life partners, but new research shows that we usually ignore signs of trouble ahead.
New research shows that people prefer to avoid interacting with those who spend a lot of time alone.
New research shows that most people nowadays prefer getting to know their romantic partners as friends first rather than through dating.
Even though intimate couples provide each other with social and emotional support, they still need to be situated within strong social networks to thrive.