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There's a reason more couples are moving in together and rushing to get engaged during quarantine and the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts share their best advice and tips for couples living apart.
"People on Tinder are like, 'In town for my birthday weekend! Looking to catch Covid — and feelings 😉❤️'"
From mental health to household chores, women now want men who care more.
The coronavirus pandemic is testing couples — both those who live together and apart, therapists say.
Married, single, or in a relationship, quarantine seems to have sent privileged Indians straight to dating apps.
How couples can stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic, whether they're quarantining together or apart.
In the "time of coronavirus," should you be screening your dates?
We spoke to a bunch of women and therapists to find out how ghosting affects mental health.
Netflix's bonkers new reality dating show tries to be "The Bachelor" for the age of Tinder.
Hooking up is a battle when you can’t switch off cultural sanctions and anxieties.
Office romances impact everyone in the workplace, so it's best to conduct them wisely.
Sorry, now you have to worry about this every February.
Therapists say dating app angst is high for many singles.
The phenomenon is named for Clippy, the Microsoft Office assistant who never really assisted anyone.
Harvard geneticist George Church says he can ensure no child is born with genetic disorders by matching users by DNA. But is his app digiD8 something to be worried about?
I’m a living, breathing reminder that people who aren’t cisgender heterosexual men have to make hard choices around survival every day.
Online dating fatigue is a real problem for many Indian women.