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Figuring Out If You’re With “The One”

How do you know you want to marry someone? No matter how much you love your partner today, the idea of an eternal bond can seem overwhelming. As scary as marriage may seem, it is not as scary as trying to imagine life without the right partner. A lot of people get married for the wrong […]

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Examining the Warning Signs of Manipulation

Nobody enters into a relationship that they know will be damaging or cause abuse, be that physical or emotional. Despite not knowing it from the start, many relationships can become damaging in both obvious and subtle ways. No matter how negative the relationship may become, leaving your partner is never an easy decision. For those in emotionally […]

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Aziz Ansari Researches the Mix of Technology and Dating in His Book ‘Modern Romance’

Aziz Ansari is having an incredible year. 2015 has seen the release of Netflix special Aziz Ansari Live At Madison Square Garden, the series finale of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, and the publishing of his book Modern Romance. Co-written by NYU Sociologist Eric Klinenberg, the book delves into the complicated relationship between dating culture and […]

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Disagreements Versus Fighting: The Importance of Respecting Your Partner

Growing up, I used to believe that my parents never got into fights. They have always treated each other with nothing but respect, and it made relationships seem like a walk in the park. I’ve learned a thing or two since then, and am aware of the real work that goes into any successful partnership. […]

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Keeping the Flames Alive: Exploring the Five Languages of Love

There is no universal way to show someone how you love them. While some people may love a grand spectacle, others may enjoy their love being expressed in more subdued ways. Some people use their words, while others prefer to show love through their actions. No matter how you express your love, the importance is that […]

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Dating In The Online Age

When looking for your newest partner, online dating has become a more appealing option than ever before. Match.com, one of the largest dating agencies in the world, recently posted an article stating that 40 million Americans are using online dating. The negative social stigma about online dating is quickly evaporating as dating sites become more plentiful […]

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Moving On: The Signs To End Your Relationship

Breaking up with someone is hard to do. No matter what your reasons may be, the end of any relationship signifies the start of a new chapter in your life. My parents would always stress to me that just because you found a partner that you could not become complacent. To be the right partner takes […]

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Respexuality: The Role of Respect and Communication in Sex

What does it mean to have a healthy sexual relationship? When I was first taught about sexuality, it was not by some crumpled magazine or my sister’s Cosmopolitan—instead, it was from my fourth grade Catholic teacher. Sex was simply something to not be done, except with the person you marry and the idea of sexual […]

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Can You Have a Happy Marriage Without Sex?

For the past few years, social scientists have been studying sexless marriages for clues about what can go wrong in relationships and factors leading to the issue. In an article last year from the National Post, author and marital therapist, Andrew G. Marshall stated that sexless marriages have become the latest epidemic many married couples are silently facing today.

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“He Said, She Said” Returns This February!

Do you have a relationship dilemma that needs a balanced perspective? Just in time for Valentine’s Day, our most popular series returns next month. The highly anticipated “He Said, She Said” advice column is back, and we want to hear from you!

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A Survey From Her Heart: Evaluating the Expectations of Valentine’s Day

If I were to walk into a room with a bunch of guys and asked them what holiday is coming up, you know what I’d most likely hear? “The Superbowl!” Correct, but that’s not a holiday, so try again. “National Pancake Day!” No, well, yes–and thank you for reminding me. Valentine’s Day is coming, gentlemen; […]

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Are You Ready for a Relationship? Maybe Not.

Now that I’m in my mid-twenties, I’ve noticed a common trend among many others my age: the desire to be in a relationship. People who, up until now, enjoyed being single and playing the field are now interested in finding someone special and committing to them.  Whether it’s from watching others their age do the […]

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He Said, She Said: A Husband’s “Filthy Habits”

Life can grow to become quite challenging during the daily routines, causing us to feel anxious, irritable, sleepless, absent-minded, or unable to cope. Though it’s a process and not diagnosis, stress occurs when there is an imbalance between the demands being made on us and our own capabilities to manage such pursuits. Stress can affect […]

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