Friendships change as we grow up - with life experiences, jobs, relationships. Those leave a mark on what we value.
The premise is simple: consider not just the consequences of your actions, but the consequences of those consequences.
Breakups are painful, sad, sometimes messy. But we can take comfort in the universal nature of this feeling.
We don’t often call being in a relationship, ‘pre-breakup’. Why should the time after a breakup be any different?
It’s hard to know when to call it quits. It’s even harder to walk away and truly feel confident in...
Touch is an inherently human need, and the added health benefits of massaging your partner are plentiful.
Conflict is inevitable in any relationship. Working to resolve it in a healthy manner is what strengthens a relationship.
While setting the mood may sound cheesy, it’s an important part of maintaining healthy romantic lives.
Is it the quality of friendship or romance that is the biggest predictor of long-term relationship success?
Back in 2019, Bean felt like the most appropriate name for a palm-sized, bean-shaped vibe. Here’s why it's changed.
Life is a game of choices. Some of them are hard, some easy. Choices like what to wear today. Who...
Keeping communication channels open is key when navigating feelings of loss and grief.
Designing our spaces to invite intimacy into our lives is a curative process.
The difference between time with friends and time spent alone, is often how actively we are engaged with the moment.
Reflecting on how we create and preserve intimacy in our lives can help us explore it deeper.
It’s intimacy week in Married at First Sight, and it's downright awkward. But intimacy shouldn't be awkward.
If meaning is derived from connection, sexual activity and sexual desire aim at connectedness.
As the daily reality of COVID-19 envelopes how we connect, our relationships change. How can we look at this positively?
The show highlights the importance of comprehensive sex-ed. Was that the case in the 19th Century?
The Dalai Lama proposes a new model of intimacy, one in which we can draw from in everyday life.
Languages shape the way we think. Languages are also arbitrary and culturally produced.
Our boundaries are the guidelines for how we act in response to others’ treatment of us.