Balancing wellbeing and money is a matter of how you spend your time.
It’s common to hear ex-lovers or friends and politicians described as ‘narcissists’. But what does this really mean and when it is a problem?
A sexologist and expert on organisational psychology explains how to navigate a workplace romance.
Women in equal relationships are more satisfied with their relationships and, in turn, feel more sexual desire than those in unequal relationships.
The first step is to trust in the friendship and begin to explore how it can be sustained over time.
It’s not logical to believe your relationship is “meant to be.” But believing in destined love may have evolved as a way to keep couples together long enough to reproduce and raise children.
Heteropessimism is an attitude of disappointment, embarrassment or despair at the state of heterosexual relations – specifically about being in one.
To stick or twist? Love Island is a perfect illustration of the investment model of relationships.
Newer apps like Thursday prioritise meeting in person over possibly endless online chat.
In families that are facing economic insecurity, fathers are more likely to experience depressive symptoms that can lead to conflict.
People penalized for violating a group’s shared rules could go on to disrupt its functioning, out of revenge. Two scholars suggest a way of imposing rules.
Go easy on your friend next time they forget about the plans you made or the favour they promised.
How perceptions of adultery in British society have changed might surprise you.
Intimate partner violence can take many forms – and it doesn’t always fit society’s stereotypes.
Despite regular incidents of anti-migrant violence, peaceful and mutually beneficial relationships between South Africans and migrants can and do exist.
New research suggests that for millennials and Generation Z, a lack of rules around love and dating brings both loss and liberation.
You’ve probably heard about those ‘36 questions to find love’. Where did they actually come from and do they work?
Instead of upskilling women to cope with the harm they risk in dating men, the self-help industry should focus on male behaviour. Women need safety more than they need dating advice.
Healthy relationships have a positive influence on men’s health and mental health. Prioritizing relationship skills for men is one way to approach the global crisis in male suicide.
Teen boys who date adult women tend to experience their relationships differently than girls who date older men.