Relationships

The art of patience in a marriage

Corinthians says love is patient. But patience takes on many surprising forms in your real-life love.

A 100-year-old’s superb advice for ‘How to talk to old people’ (VIDEO)

Don't know what to say to a senior? Grandma Eileen's got you covered with some smart and funny do's and…

This woman is allergic to her husband, but that won’t stop their love

Being allergic to your spouse would put anyone's marriage vows to the test, but Johanna and Scott won't give up.

3 tax tips to do now (not in April!)

Doing these simple tasks in January will make your life so much calmer when April 15 rolls around.

7 down-to-earth values of Will & Kate that we can all emulate

Maybe we'll never have Duchess Kate's palace or wardrobe, but we can live like her in other, more meaningful ways.

4 relationship lessons I learned in dance class

Sure, it takes two to tango ... but it also takes a little patience, vulnerability, and practice.

One of the Obamas’ greatest legacies is their strong marriage

Obama's farewell speech highlighted that marriage is the glue that holds our society, and our world together. And no one showed that more illustrously than…

Couple with Down Syndrome wed in a magical unicorn-themed celebration (PHOTOS)

True love comes in all shapes, and sizes ... and sometimes with rainbows and unicorns, too.

Why I’m not afraid to love my husband more than he loves me

Loving my husband without expectations attached isn't weak or stupid. It's brave and rewarding.

Living together: ‘marriage isn’t a car that needs to be test driven’

Because there is no way to test out a marriage before you're actually in one.

Why is pumping breastmilk in the workplace still such a dilemma?

Decades of research say breastfeeding benefits society at large. But too many American businesses continue to ignore the memo.

This mayo jar full of golf balls might just give your life new meaning (VIDEO)

For those of us who are visual learners, you'll want to watch this viral video all the way to the end.

Why we have to stop comparing married life to single life

Society makes the mistake of pitting married life against single life, as though they are competitors in a race for greatest happiness.

Sibling rivalry: it’s not about jealousy

A psychologist explains that sibling rivalry doesn't go away with adulthood, and offers a different way of looking at the problem.

How to feed your lonely soul—even when you have friends aplenty

You can feel pangs of loneliness even when you have strong relationships in your life. Here's what to do when you feel one coming on.