Marriage

"There is no way to place my wife’s coffee order at Starbucks without feeling like I need to apologize afterwards."
Part-time farmer Steffen Schwarz planted a field of corn in such a way that the gaps spelled out the words “Do you want to marry me?”
Debt doesn't always have to be a deal breaker.
"I’m a procrastinator who married a procrastinator and it does not bode well for our household."
"Society tells us that getting a prenup is like you’re planning for the worst. I disagree."
You want the debt gone ASAP. Your spouse, not so much. Here's how to handle it.
Plus: Sexism runs deep at The Washington Post, staffers say.
Many single millennials are apprehensive about getting married. This might be why.
Author Young-ju Kim spoke to HuffPost Korea about breaking with tradition and putting herself first.
New Hampshire civil engineer Dan Del Tufo arranged to have the Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth lifted to its maximum height so he could propose to fellow engineer Julia Kallmerten.
"Establish dominance in your marriage by being the first one to say, 'What’s for dinner?'"
I have a vague idea that normal people don’t need to be lit to crave their partner.
"The secret to a happy marriage is pre-assembled furniture."
Marriage therapists share how to divulge a falsehood to your partner, whether it's a little white lie or something more serious.
We've learned a lot about love, sex and dating in the past 10 years.
"Sometimes I like to sit and fondly think about my husband not breathing so loudly."
Artist Amanda Oleander beautifully captures those relatable little relationship moments.
The actor told WSJ. that the failure of his first marriage was one reason he waited over a decade to wed Lauren Hashian.
When people hear that I've made wedding planning a game, they laugh and are certain this has to be some kind of joke. It's not.
"Didn’t know being sick was a contest until I got married."