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4 Ways Your Partner Changes You

Are you better? Or worse? "He/She makes me a better person" is no longer just a cliché people in happy relationships use.According to science, your partner's ability to make you better (or worse) i…

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Misconceptions About Intimacy, Passion and Sex (And How to Foster Them All in Your Relationship)

Intimacy. Passion. Sex. These three concepts go hand in hand, yes; this is meant to address a common misconception within society: that these elements are one in the same or that one cannot exist wit…

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Different Needs, Different Speeds: Short Term vs Long Term Relationships

After a pretty brutal breakup of mine, I remember the day I finally emerged from wallowing in my dark cold basement. I had finished watching the entire Gossip Girl series and realized that I couldn’t …

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What You Need to Know at the Start of a New Relationship

It’s a common misconception that self-improvement needs to happen while you’re by yourself. Your relationships with others are vital to your growth. Only through your experiences with friends and love…

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How to Prevent and Reduce Loneliness After Age 50

People tend to perceive aging as a slow, miserable decline into decrepitude and loneliness; the friends and family you grew up with getting ill and dying, one by one. But new research from Brunel Univ…

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Why Bookworms Make Great Companions

Have you ever included “avid reader” on your list of qualities that you are seeking from a partner?…Well, maybe you should. Research has suggested that readers, namely readers of fiction, make bett…

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The Science Behind a Happy Relationship

When you're in love, it may seem like there's just no room in your emotionally-zapped brainsphere for scientific scrutiny. But alas, when your relationship starts to go a little south or north or upsi…

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Is There a Connection Between Birth Control and Crohn’s Disease?

About 2 in 1,000 adults in the U.S. have Crohn's disease, a long-term inflammation of the small or large intestine. Doctors don't know for sure what causes the disease, but they know that women are mo…

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4 Myths About Self-Love, Busted

We hear a lot these days about self-love. For the most part, this is fantastic. A lot of us have been made to feel like there’s something about us that’s not good enough, so the fact that there is a g…

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5 of Science’s Weirdest Theories About Falling in Love

From kindergarten romances to middle-age dating, all life stages are full of lessons about love. We learn from experience and friends’ horror stories, from reading columns and from Mom’s tried-and…

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