It Might Be Hard, But There Are Good Reasons to Share Your...
Suzanne Handler, M.Ed, is an author and the former Director of Mental Health Education Services for Arapa
No One's Satisfied With Their Sex Lives. Here's Why
New research suggests most people fib when talking about how many sexual partners they've had — men round up, women round down. Why aren't we more open about our sex lives?
15 Key Resources for Women's Health
Let's talk about health, baby. It's National Women's Health Week, so Greatist rounded up 15 key resources for living a healthy life.
Hear No Evil: The Science Behind Selective Hearing
We've all been there: We forgot to wash the dishes even though our partner/roommate/parent has asked us approximately 8 gazillion times. Why do some things stick in our minds, while others float right on through? Greatist explores the latest in selec...
Modern Intimacy: Coping with Neediness
COLUMN: In the third of a four-part series on modern intimacy, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Banschick explores why we can feel so needy in intimate relationships, and offers several tips for addressing neediness in a healthy, productive way.
Is Your Partner Ruining Your Sleep?
There's a good chance the answer is yes. Nearly one third of all people who share a bed report that their partner somehow disrupts their sleep. Here's the how and why.
Modern Intimacy: Explaining Commitment Phobia
COLUMN: In the second of a series of columns on relationships, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Banschick explains the fear of commitment and provides tips for building mutually fulfilling relationships.
Table for One: A Single Girl's Reflections on Valentine's...
I wanted Josh, but I didn't want a relationship. Now I'm single and that's totally fine. Right?
Do "Friends With Benefits" Really Benefit Us?
Anyone who's gone to college — or, heck, anyone — is probably familiar with the concept of "friends with benefits." But what does science have to say about these relationships? And what "benefit" (besides the obvious one) do they really bring to our ...
38 Things You Didn't Know About Sex, Love, and Relationships...
With February 14th right around the corner (we all know what holiday that is!), we've rounded up our top stories on all things love.
The 16 Best Online Resources for Valentine's Day
GUEST POST: Netted by the Webbys, the experts in online tools, bring you 16 resources bound to make this Valentine's Day a winner (even if you've put off planning til today).
Mistletoe: The Social Experiment (Would You Kiss a Stranger?)...
Would you pucker up to a stranger under a dangling bunch of mistletoe? These people did. Well, some of them.
Modern Intimacy: Love's Amazing, Love Hurts
GUEST POST: In the first of a series of columns on modern relationships, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Banschick explains why intimacy is so appealing — and so difficult.
News: Journaling About a Breakup Might Make It Harder to...
Teenage self, take note: Journaling after a break up might actually make things worse, a new study finds.
How to Apologize to Anyone
A good old-fashioned "I'm sorry" is the best way to fix any mistake, from making a work flub to forgetting Mom's birthday. We've all been there, so check out these tips and tricks to make every apology gold star-worthy.
How Much Sex Is Too Much Sex?
While gettin' it on is a budget-friendly activity that's both good for your health and fitness, find out if we can have too much of a good thing.