Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are the latest high-profile pair to announce their split in what some have deemed "the year of the celebrity breakup." Experts explain why people get so invested from afar.
Pop musician and reality dating series host Betty Who answers your questions on finding love, keeping love and knowing when to walk away.
For infants, toddlers, and children, one sign of an especially close relationship is if two people do something that involves exchanging saliva, like taking bites from the same piece of food.
Next time, if you find yourself interested in someone, try giving them your number. Focus on creating a mutually pleasant interaction, and let the other person decide if they want to hit you up.
With a spike in COVID-19 cases colliding with cold weather and the holidays, many Americans are facing difficult decisions about whether and how to socialize.
Should you go on a date with someone new ... or revisit an ex if you feel safer that way? How do you know if a potential partner is following pandemic safety rules? And is it safe to have sex?
Surveys show today's political climate is affecting people's mood, relationships and health. How do you stay engaged with democracy without letting the stress ruin your day?
Sharing of online streaming video and music passwords among sweethearts is a territorial marker, like wearing a boyfriend's sweater. But what happens to custody of the accounts when the love is gone?
Author Briallen Hopper takes us into her unusually expansive love life, complete with knotty familial relationships, deep friendships, and emotional investment in the fictional and material worlds.
What issues do you expect your family to debate this Thanksgiving? And what's your strategy for confronting difficult topics? Tell us your story and you may be featured on Morning Edition.