6 Things You Must Know Before Giving the Kids an Allowance
Should kids receive money in exchange for doing their chores, and more unanswered questions about creating an allowance system that works for the whole family.
The Science Behind Falling in Love
When Cupid’s arrow strikes in cartoons, those pounding hearts, red-hot cheeks, and moony eyes are no joke, says Mary Adeli Lynn, DO, codirector of the Loyola Sexual Wellness Clinic. She explains what’s happening in our brains and bodies at the moment of impact—and beyond.
5 Strategies for Fighting Fair
Arguing with your partner is part of life—but having the skills to keep things from escalating can mean the difference between a devastating battle and a win-win. Here, a couples therapist, a philosopher, and three other fight club refs help increase the odds of not going to bed mad.
Being a Hopeless Romantic Could Be Good for Your Relationship
A new study suggests it could help keep the spark alive.
4 Types of Couples (And Which One Is Most Likely to Stay Together)
The way daters interact may predict whether their relationship will last or not.