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Dating and Relationships

Communication in Relationships

The Basics
Partnership Styles
Love Languages

The Basics

The Facts About Communication in Relationships

A focus on communication is imperative to a relationship's foundation.

Experts dissect the representations of modern love in the new adaptation of Sally Rooney's work.

What comes after you decline sex matters to your partner and your relationship.

Both external and internal prejudice need to be dismantled to have a fulfilling partnership.

Partnership Styles

Understanding Partnership Styles

Every relationship has its benefits and challenges, no matter how many people are involved.

The reality of having two beaus is both easier and harder than common conception.

If you're considering opening up your relationship, it's important to be informed.

Feeling joy for others may just be a polyamory trend, or it could be a path to a whole new you.

Love Languages

Learning the Love Languages

In any relationship, finding the best ways to communicate can be like learning a new language.

Introducing slow, intentional touching is a game-changer for some.

Saying I'm sorry the wrong way can sometimes do more harm than good.

Find satisfaction through family and friends, but don't forget to give back in equal measure.

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