RELATIONSHIP RESEARCH

Being "Supportive" Can Hurt Your Relationship

Being “Supportive” Can Hurt Your Relationship

There is a real difference between “being support” and “emotionally connecting”. Now there is a study to prove it. New research from Binghamton University, State University of New York studied…

Does Your Relationship Need More Sex?

Does Your Relationship Need More Sex?

More sex may not always make you happier, according to new research published by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. “Although more frequent sex is associated with greater happiness,…

Women Want Sex Men Want To Cuddle

Women Want Sex Men Want To Cuddle

Just when we thought we had the sexual preferences of male and female all figured out and tacked away in little neat stereotypes, someone comes up and messes it all…

Facebook Has Real Life Consequences

Facebook Has Real Life Consequences

Unfriending someone on Facebook may be as easy as clicking a button, but a new study from the University of Colorado Denver shows the repercussions often reach far beyond cyberspace….

Offering Support to A Depressed Partner

Offering Support to A Depressed Partner

It can be tempting to pull back when your romantic partner shows signs of depression or is depressed, but according to new University of Alberta research the more love you…

What Committed to a Relationship Means

What Committed to a Relationship Means

“When people say, ‘I’m committed to my relationship,’ they can mean two things,” said study co-author Benjamin Karney, a professor of psychology and co-director of the Relationship Institute at UCLA….