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Why Communication Skills Might Not be the Problem

If your relationship has hit a rough patch, you might think you’re not good at communicating well. Sometimes, though, the real issue isn’t the two of you—it’s stress coming from outside the relationship.

Which One of These 5 Types of Divorced Couples Are You?

Did you know that according to research, most couples who divorce can be classified into 5 general types? Knowing which category you fit into can help the two of you understand your post-divorce relationship.

Dating, Hanging Out or Hooking up: Your Values, Your Decisions

If you’re a young adult who’s dating, it’s not always easy to know exactly what you’re looking for. It can be helpful to think about what you want and need and how to define your relationship.

If Your Sex Life Needs Work, What Does That Mean?

For most people in long-term partnerships, the sexual part of the relationship can have its ups and downs. Sometimes, there may be long periods when things aren’t at their best. If this describes you, you may be wondering what it means.

When People Parent Together--Let's Talk about Coparenting

“Coparenting” refers to how people work together to parent a child, regardless of whether or not they are married. Coparents who work together well, respect each other, and compromise benefit their kids a great deal.

Now that It's Legal: Unique Issues for Gay and Lesbian Couples

In 2015, legal marriage became an option for gay and lesbian couples nationwide. This is amazing—but these new rights can sometimes open complex conversations.


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