Left unchecked, "emotional flooding" can wreck a relationship. Here's what therapists say couples can do about it.
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We asked marriage therapists to share what happy couples do when they’re feeling out of sync.
Here's what people in healthy relationships do differently, according to therapists.
"It could still be another week, a month or a year before we get married. The important thing is that it’s up to us."
We speak to counsellor and therapist, Jo Nicholl about the trappings of relationships, when they can become habitual and complacent. Jo shows us how to avoid a relationship from ending when it doesn’t need to.
Extra bedding, automatic vacuum cleaners and ear plugs to make sharing space with your significant other a little more doable.
The best white noise machines, sleep headphones and weighted blankets that keep you cool, according to people who have trouble falling asleep.
Though they were initially insufferable, we were rooting for the Conrads by the end of Season 3 of Netflix's hit show "You."
Here's what to do if your significant other's bad habits are starting to interfere with the relationship.