We all have our own preferred erotic blueprint. Experts explain why.
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.
Public displays of affection: You either love them or hate them.
Listen to their words; they may help you get in touch with your sexuality and fantasies.
These tips may sound good in theory but are guaranteed to fall flat in action.
Introducing slow, intentional touching is a game-changer for some.
Romantic aloofness can be an effective dating strategy—sometimes.
A therapist who offers erotic sessions talks about enforcing her limits on the job.
Saying I'm sorry the wrong way can sometimes do more harm than good.
Multilingual romance can be magnifique—it just takes a bit more patience and effort.
Find satisfaction through family and friends, but don't forget to give back in equal measure.
Strike a balance between privacy and honesty to build trust in your intimate partnerships.
Adult intimacy is a little more complicated than preschool rules teach us.
How to have a successful consensual non-monogamous relationship.
Helping your loved ones is good, but helping yourself may be best for all.
Dating is hard, but knowing your attachment style can help prevent problems early on.
Having the same beauty standards can lead to comparison, but education and therapy help.
You met, you're dating, it's going well—is it time to get intimate?
You don't need to be on thin ice to benefit from it.
They're universally used, but love languages may hinder more than help your relationship.
The art of conflict resolution is one of the most valuable tools you and your partner can share.
Applying new facets of intimacy to your relationship can keep the embers burning.
Applying new facets of intimacy to your relationship can keep the embers burning.
Applying new facets of intimacy to your relationship can keep the embers burning.
Beloved by many, polyamory requires understanding and ethics before joining the crowd.
In any relationship, finding the best ways to communicate can be like learning a new language.
If the emotional support is gone and you feel better off alone, perhaps it's time to reassess.
Fight much? There's a quick but not-so-easy remedy that will help in a major, mature way.
Every woman’s experiences with pregnancy are different—including how they feel about sex.
Relationships can be terrifying when you have social anxiety. Banish the fear and trust romance.
If you've never desired a relationship or been attracted to someone, perhaps you're aromantic.
'What's your love language?' has become a common dating question, but what does it really mean?
If you feel like you're sacrificing your needs for other people, you may need to set boundaries.
Stuck at home? Try these approaches to get your partner to shape up and put out for better sex.
Learn how to adapt your love language in a relationship and communicate this with your partner.
Don’t let depression dampen your romantic life.
Nonmonogamy can be a lot to ask of a partner, but careful and considerate communication helps.
You love each other but express it differently. How do you make sure you’re on the same page?
A focus on communication is imperative to a relationship's foundation.
More couples are assessing the role of love languages in their relationships—and in the bedroom.