A new study highlights the complicated spillover effects of incarceration on the quality of relationships.
The more people who attend your wedding to share in the launch of your marriage, the better the chances you will be happily married years down the road. And, somewhat counter-intuitively, the more relationships you had prior ...
(Phys.org)—The saying "fools rush in" may be true when it comes to sex and relationships, especially for women, according to a new Cornell study.
Relationships more important than genetic ties when deciding who cares for aging family, study finds
America's elderly population will nearly double by 2050, according to a Pew Research report. As baby boomers enter retirement, concern exists as to who will care for them as they age. Traditionally, children have accepted ...
New research to be published Oct. 13 confirms The Beatles' lyrical hypothesis and finds that "the kind of thing that money just can't buy" is a happy and stable marriage.
Researchers from UQ's Institute for Social Science Research have found that marriage no longer enjoys the privileged status it once did.
Los Angeles, CA (May 18, 2010) Shyness can influence the quality of an ongoing relationship - even one as important as marriage - according to a study in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (published by SAGE).
An Indiana University School of Medicine study provides a better understanding of why sexually experienced girls resume sexual activity after periods of abstinence, information key to dealing with sexually transmitted diseases ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Boredom, not only conflicts, causes couples to lose interest in their marriage, new findings indicate.