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The "Star Trek" legend kept pointing out how much money Trump could make from gay marriages, but the future president kept saying he was for "traditional marriage."
The singer was chatting with Charlamagne Tha God about lyrics off his new album, “No.6 Collaborations Project.”
Lisa Boltman's 25-year struggle with anorexia took a toll on her mind and body, but it didn't destroy her marriage. This is how she — and the relationship — have survived.
But the ceremony will have "a little lower budget than the first one," the former NBA star joked at the Espy Awards show.
"Before you marry, make sure you have some sort of agreement on how well the water in the kitchen sponge needs to be wrung out."
Therapists reveal the arguments newlyweds often get into.
"25% of marriage is asking your spouse to bring you a new roll of toilet paper."
Kylie Jenner’s controversial “Handmaid’s Tale” party — Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she and her husband don’t live together full-time — and is Reese Witherspoon’s daughter dating a Ryan Phillipee look alike? “ICYMI By HuffPost” takes a closer look at some of the most talked about headlines of the week.
When I met my husband, I wasn’t making a conscious decision to be with someone who wasn’t Indian or Sikh.
How abortions affected their relationships, in their own words.
Whether you're the emotional laboring spouse or the slacker, marriage therapists have some tips for you.
The Goop founder opened up about her marriage to Brad Falchuk in a new interview.
A lack of intimacy can damage a relationship, but it doesn't always have to lead to divorce.
My husband could have sent me postcards from our vacations, given the time I spent in bed during them.
The judgment we faced from some of our family members and friends was the least of our worries.
"It takes my husband longer to choose a rental car online than it did for us to choose the names for our sons."
Plus-one etiquette can be murky. Asking yourself these five questions can help ease guest list woes.
The men describe what was going through their heads during this emotional wedding moment.