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How changing your attitude could improve your sex life

Couples are putting so much pressure on themselves to have amazing sex that many are avoiding it all together. A simple shift in thinking could make all the difference. 6,000 UK adults were asked about their sex lives in a YouGov poll commissioned by Relate, Marriage Care and Relationships Scotland. The good news is that […]

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Is laughter the key to a woman’s heart?

Laughter may be the key to securing a place in your lover’s heart, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Kansas have identified a link between love and laughter, showing that the more a woman laughs at a man’s jokes, the more likely she is to find him attractive. They also found […]

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Why your crush may be good for your relationship

Are you in a relationship? Are you also harbouring a secret crush? It turns out this might not be such a bad thing after all. A new American study has shown that having an unspoken crush probably isn’t doing your relationship any harm and, in some cases, may even contribute to an increased level of […]

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In gratitude for kissing

Kissing is something we’ve often taken for granted as a standard part of romance, but scientists have been all over the world and they’ve come back to tell us we were wrong the whole time. Previously, it’s always been believed that romantic kissing happens in most cultures, but the first ever worldwide study has revealed […]

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Middle-aged couples argue about money more than anything else

A survey has shown that money worries are the top cause of rows among middle-aged couples. The money website SavvyWoman.co.uk has published the results of a survey about women and money, including how it can lead to arguments between couples. Money was the top cause of arguments for couples aged between 35 and 54, and […]

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The two words that could save your relationship

When was the last time you thanked your partner? Research shows that a heartfelt ‘thank you’ might just be the key to maintaining and improving your relationship. A study conducted by the University of Georgia and published in the journal Personal Relationships has found that feeling appreciated and valued by your partner has a direct […]

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Making the most of relationship counselling

A study in Australia has shown that the couples who seek relationship counselling sooner rather than later are more likely to feel the benefits. The study, called “Relationship education and counselling – recent research findings” looked at how effective relationship counselling was for couples at various stages in their relationships, and considered how big their […]

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Introvert or extrovert? And… does it matter?

For people engaging in relationships, the shared connection will largely depend on how well you ‘get’ one another. For this reason, it can be helpful to learn where you both sit on the introvert/extrovert spectrum. Before we look at that, let’s be clear on what introvert and extrovert means. The terms introversion and extroversion were […]

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How getting married affects your finances

Aside from the wedding costs, getting married may have some financial implications that you haven’t yet considered. Despite what you may have heard, your credit rating will not automatically be affected by being married. However, if you have a joint account or a shared mortgage or bank loan, your credit rating will be tied to […]

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Moving in together makes you just as happy as getting married

New research has shown that young couples moving in together get just as much of an emotional boost as those getting married. As recently as the 1990s, figures showed that young people felt more emotionally secure after getting married than they did after simply moving in together. For young people in the last decade, it […]

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