"Expressing ourselves through our phones has become a love language we’ve all been accustomed to communicating in."
“Frequent and rewarding sexual activity has been associated with individuals’ greater overall enjoyment of life."
"I’m a pretty messy person in terms of my bedroom and he’s super tidy so he would get annoyed about that."
"Love languages" are vital for maintaining a happy relationship.
Earlier research revealed those who are not married are also more vulnerable to heart failure
"Cohabiting relationships among millennials do not tend to last long."
Scientists at Cornell University have found those who save together tend to stay together.
Nearly half of couples said that celebrating the holiday with an at-home date night puts them in their comfort zone
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