Psychology studies suggest a variety of ways you can strengthen your bond and increase your satisfaction with your partner.
If governments are looking for a post-pandemic "baby boom" to help populations grow, then they should increase the amount and duration of paid parental leave for both mums and partners.
After the intensity of early courtship, even a healthy, happy relationship can feel lackluster. Psychology researchers have ideas for what can help you perk up your relationship rather than give up.
Social psychologists investigated why Facebook users post profile pics of themselves with a romantic partner and how those online displays are interpreted by others.
Your partner might think they're providing valuable encouragement, but a new study shows how it can backfire.
Be careful how you choose your partner. It may affect your health.
Even when everything's going great in your relationship, you likely harbor some ambivalence toward your partner deep down. Psychology research suggests it's not just OK, but normal.
Many international students bring an accompanying partner who struggles to make a life in Canada while their partner forges ahead.
Housework is typically thought of as a gendered or economic exchange, but a new study emphasises the role played by the knowledge we gain about our partner over the course of a relationship.