Loving and losing another drinker made me rethink my—and my community’s—relationship with alcohol.
Parenting is hard. But when you’re a doctor fighting a global pandemic, and you share child custody after an ugly divorce, it’s really hard.
The Coronavirus pandemic has made people slow down when it comes to new relationships. Will it last?
I didn’t know anything about trans women, and had no idea why I felt so turned on by seeing trans women’s bodies.
Mutually-agreed upon digital-only relationships can be a lifesaver in these trying times.
The photos of Reed and Rachel suggest a happy couple, but what is known about their relationship paints a far more complicated picture.
You can't just end things, go have a drink with friends, and then crash with simply whomever right now. Here's what to do instead.
Weeks of isolation have brought to light a bunch of bafflingly bizarre habits we never noticed about the people we love.
"We’ve had some friends who’ve asked us, 'If you can’t see, how do you find each other attractive?'"
With all this time to talk and life essentially on hold, big conversations can bring extra pressure.
"It was a deep, raw, emotional conversation, and the FaceTime aspect definitely added a weird element of sterility."
Spouses are uncovering secrets like cheating, porn and alcohol addictions, and money problems, divorce attorneys say.