An excerpt of ‘Now My Heart is Full,’ Laura June’s memoir, about the challenges new parenthood placed on her and her husband — and their marriage.
It's hardest to contend with men whose main focus is to not seem like a monster.
VSauce explains all the intricacies of the family tree.
It's not you. Well, it's your biology, which we suppose is "you" but, look, we're trying to give you a pass here, okay?
Surprisingly, the once notorious site has become popular with women looking to cheat.
We love this couple but, man oh man, is weird how much we know about the inner workings of their relationships.
When Salvador Dalí's wife Gala died in 1982, the first person outside of his household to hear the news was Juan Carlos, the King of Spain. Dalí telephoned the reigning monarch himself, and for once, this was not an act of posturing or presumption on his behalf.
From ranking users by popularity to including blood types in profiles, Japanese dating apps are different from American dating apps in many fascinating ways.
A look at US marriage rates in the 20th century shows how history influenced couples' decisions to wed.
Greg (a pseudonym, because I wouldn't want him to get any new followers out of this) was capital-O Online. He was a Twitter power-user. He'd even secured his job at a prestigious magazine through his active presence on the site.
No doctor could figure out why I was in chronic pain. In the meantime, I struggled to let men get close to me.
It's obviously hard to confess to people that you didn't meet online. (What kind of dinosaur are you?) But here are some helpful tips.
Sharing a pet can turn an amicable split into an ugly one.
A new book explores the history of splitting up — and why it's harder for women.
Evangelists claim that confronting grief and death can improve life.
Dads love beer. Moms love wine. And greeting-card companies love gendered tropes about parenting.
She encouraged her husband to find new love after she was gone. A year later, he reflects on what her generosity has meant to him.
This 84-year-old simply wants to care for his wife during a very scary time.
She wrote an email posing as him, turning down a $50,000-a-year scholarship so that he wouldn’t leave
Well, isn't this the loveliest coincidence.
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