modern love

Amy Krouse Rosenthal's husband writes of the "new future" his dying wife's New York Times column gave him.
The anthology series will include stories that “explore love in its multitude of forms, including sexual, romantic, familial, platonic and self-love."
Unlike our grandparents and even parents, we no longer have to settle for finding love in our buildings or on our blocks or even in our own cities.
Do apps like Tinder help or hinder our chances at love?
Still left questioning if I am desperate or just unwilling to play the game, I am back on Tinder -- in case you were wondering
These days, you hear a lot of people complaining about the current state of dating. It's no wonder -- the rules of dating seem to be constantly changing.
Gone are the days when the wife is expected to take her husband's surname when they get married -- there are other options and they are becoming more popular. Maybe this name change question is something you have been pondering since you played dress up bride-and-groom games with your dolls as a kid. Or maybe you never really thought about it until you met Mr. Right and now you have to actually make this important decision.
Could your city be the worst place to look for love? If you live in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Boston, you could be right. However, if you live in Chicago, Atlanta, Houston or Miami, you could also be correct. Wait, what if you live in Detroit? How about Phoenix? Could it be Nashville? Maybe Seattle?
Sure, this commitment might be the bravest step you've ever taken, you might have hundreds of people watching, your family
Audio that will help you feel more deeply, whether single, attached or anywhere in between.
There's a new dating site for Bernie fans.