Hey Man: I'm Scared My Partner Is Pulling Away From Me
If they're going out more without you and you're getting jealous, you need to look at what might be triggering those insecurities.
Why Can’t I Stop Feeling Jealous About ‘That One Friend’ My Partner Has?
What to do if you're freaking out about a cool ex, cuddly roommate, or texting-at-all-hours coworker.
What to Do if a Sibling's Jealousy Is Tearing Your Family Apart
Long-simmering childhood resentments, career envy, or misplaced competition can make these relationships feel awful. Here's how to turn things around.
How to Discuss Fun Crushes in a Relationship Without Anyone Getting Jealous
Being open about harmless outside attractions is a potentially hot way to feel closer to each other.
Why Can't I Feel Happy About My Friend's Success?
Not being able to feel 100 percent thrilled about a friend’s engagement photos or amazing new apartment doesn’t make you a terrible person.
Sometimes It Sucks to Be Who We Are: Advice from So Sad Today
If you don't think you're going to be comfortable with a polyamorous relationship, you probably won't.
How I Made Consensual Non-Monogamy Work
My girlfriend was the one interested in the idea of being open; I was duly terrified at the prospect. I asked for a six-month freeze on the non-monogamy plan—which turned out to be exactly what I needed.
Philly Rapper Bri Steves Flashes Her Ferocious Snarl in Her Video for "Miami"
The Philly-based rapper and singer already received a Kendrick Lamar cosign and isn't afraid to play the villain in her latest video for "Miami."
How to Use 'Somatic Therapy' to Control Your Jealousy
Feeling jealous? That's your body being "triggered." Here's how to teach it to chill.
People Tell Us About Their Worst Summer Flings
For those of you winding down summer flings this month, beware: it can get messy. Or worse yet, turn into a relationship.
The Dirty Hackers Who Steal Passwords for Jealous Lovers
Phishing really is a threat when the hackers are closer to home.
Jealous Partners Purchase Flashy Garbage, Just to be Seen
A new study finds that partners who experience jealousy are likely to buy attention-grabbing products, like crazy sunglasses—even if wearing them hurts their reputation.