"Sleeping under separate blankets should have been the marriage advice everybody gave me a year and a half ago."
Dating in a pandemic is a minefield for singles. While some have managed to find love, others are still dealing with old challenges or have given up entirely.
Like clockwork, I’d crawl back to the app store and search “dating” in the blank white bar.
Be careful not to rush into a "turbo relationship" during the coronavirus pandemic with your "quarantine bae" or you may end up getting a "covidivorce."
The actor, 62, told Drew Barrymore why she's off the market — for good.
There's a reason more couples are moving in together and rushing to get engaged during quarantine and the coronavirus pandemic.
The singer played guest host and Cupid on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
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 😉❤️'"