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Tag: Relationships

Love in a time of tear gas: Politics and romance on...

Couples find each other protesting Hong Kong’s extradition bill.

Study finds only 35% of men understand need for verbal consent...

Cent-GPS also finds that 4% of respondents believe sex is a given if they are in a relationship.

How you feel about your home may be affecting your family...

The researchers note that modifying homes, by arranging the furniture, changing the decor, and through the overall use of space, could positively influence family relationships.

Norwegian researchers released a study on the sexual health of couples...

'We examine how men and women's sociosexuality, relationship length and various dimensions of relationship quality impact couples' intercourse frequency.'

UK to roll out age-verification for online porn

Websites that fail to implement the verification technology could have payment services withdrawn or be blocked for British users.

Study: We may choose partners with similar lifespans to us

Professor Albert Tenesa says the study suggests people tend to pick partners for traits related to disease and longevity.

Top financial red flags when dating someone new

Money can be one of the biggest generators of problems, arguments, and resentment in long-term relationships if not handled correctly at the very start.

Choosing someone nice could be key to relationship happiness

Having a partner who is conscientious and nice leads to higher levels of relationship satisfaction.

Dating apps use artificial intelligence to help search for love

The online dating sector is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to help arrange meetings in real life and act as a dating coach.

Nicki Minaj discusses childhood, relationships in ‘Queen’ documentary clip

Nicki Minaj delves deep into her rocky past in two newly shared clips from her upcoming documentary Queen.

Could friendships with people from other cultures make you more creative?

The findings showed that students who dated someone from another culture performed better on thinking tests.

Being in an on-off relationship could be bad for your mental...

Previous research has estimated that more than 60% of adults have been involved in on-off relationships.

How texting, sexting impacts romantic relationships

Second study reveals that texting can drive people apart, depending on what motivates them to text.

Global survey finds university staff overworked, underpaid

Many of the respondents, largely from the United Kingdom and the US, say working in universities has taken a toll on their relationships.

Survey: 85% of Malaysians yearn for phoneless mealtimes

According to a survey by Prudential, while Malaysians, and Asians, welcome technology, they agree that the handphone is adversely affecting personal relationships.