Dating & Relationships


Communication about your sexual needs can lead to a more fulfilling and engaging partnership.

It doesn’t always roll off the tongue, but dirty talk is possible even for the shiest of us.

You love your partner and want the best for them, but be wary of sending the wrong message.

Knowledge is power, and healthy communication is key.

A rebound may make you feel better for now, but experts say it’s probably just a distraction.

Research says it won’t hurt your breakup recovery—but don’t expect closure, either.

Sexting that special photo is a sincere expression of your love today. But what about tomorrow?

If you feel like you're sacrificing your needs for other people, you may need to set boundaries.

In a ticklish conversation, success comes down to how you choose your words.

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