“Stayover relationships:” A new trend?

A new study came out recently that highlighted a possibly new trend in the relationships of 18-29 year olds.  It seems that they are choosing to be in committed relationships, spending multiple nights of the week together, while keeping their own apartments.  Many report that this allows them to have their own space, while being […]

The Three-Year Glitch

Warner Brothers just conducted a study that focused on relationships and what may cause them to start to break apart, and when. They surveyed 2000 British couples, at various stages of their relationships, and found that almost across the board, at around 36 months, there was a noteworthy shift. This shift either caused people to […]

Why do women hate themselves so much?

Recently, Glamour Magazine did a survey of approximately 300 women asking them to share their thoughts about their bodies.  The survey focused primarily on body image and the types of thoughts women have when thinking about their bodies.  Surprisingly, or perhaps not, 97% of the women reported having at least one “I hate  my body” […]

Love everlasting? It may be true!

A recent study was released in the Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience journalthat showed that even after 20-plus years of marriage, couples can be as in love with their significant others as they were when they first met and fell in love.  The researchers examined the brains of 17 people who claim to still be […]