Relationships

7 Gripping Mother/Daughter Books to Read In May

These picks touch on the intricate relationships between mothers and their daughters.

How to Apologize (And Seem Like You Mean It)

It's hard to say "I'm Sorry." And it’s especially hard to do it well. (Sorry to say, most of us are lousy at it.) Apologizing takes humility, courage, and good timing. Here’s how you—and your kids—can master a sincere mea culpa.

How to Bring the Passion Back Into Your Sex Life

Sex therapists share their best pieces of advice. 

5 Tricks to Reading People

Who knew that your date would turn out to be a jerk? And that the assistant you hired is actually terrible under pressure? These experts. Let our whizzes, including a jury consultant and a waiter who became a tell-all author, help you improve your people-reading skills.

4 Signs You're With the Right Person

Does your relationship pass this test?

9 Things You Should Never Say to a Grieving Person

Even your most well-intentioned words can definitely hurt.

Being a Hopeless Romantic Could Be Good for Your Relationship

A new study suggests it could help keep the spark alive. 

Here's What Your Voice Says About You

Literally. Science suggests people might be able to tell what you look like—even when they’re only hearing you speak.

How to Choose the Perfect Dating Profile Photo

Having trouble finding “the one” online? There’s a good chance it’s not you—but actually your profile picture that’s the issue. Follow these tips from the pros to prompt right-swipes (or the equivalent), no matter which dating platform you’re using.

5 Ways to Get Out of a Sex Rut, According to Experts

If you and your partner are struggling to connect, consider this advice from sex therapists and researchers.