These days, more and more happy couples are turning to experts and reading up on self-help books to keep their unions humming along. Here, Cosmo's top love gurus offer up their best advice--for free!
Beginning a relationship is generally the easy part; it's maintaining the connection that gets a little tricky. That's why a growing number of twosomes (whether or not they've tied the knot) are going into couples therapy as a preemptive
When he was courting you, your guy was so sweet; but now, the tenderness seems to have waned. Get back the affection you crave with these tips.
1. Customize His Skill Set"Men often don't intuitively know how to make you feel cared for," says Barton Goldsmith, PhD, author of Emotional Fitness for Couples. So tell him you need a neck rub or an empathic ear. Then encourage
From first date to first fight to first big step toward a future together--here's our <i>best</i> advice for gaining and maintaining a relationship.
Figuring out how a relationship works in all its different stages boils down mostly to trial-and-error--especially when you're a young and adventurous college girl (or still have the heart of one). So, let Cosmo guide you through the
Do you keep getting into petty spats with your guy? It could be because of bad communication habits. Cosmo tells you how to break 'em.
You and your man may think you know each other inside and out. But, even the most in-tune twosomes can slip up. "Many couples unknowingly have bad communication habits," says psychologist Steve Stephens, PhD, author of Lost In Translation. "They're
Still waiting for the "The One"? Stop blaming outside factors; find out how to look within and be ready for this love when it arrives.
Things we hold accountable for the absence of a good man in our life: the immature/insensitive/cheating boyfriend, the "regular date" who just wouldn't commit, the crazy work schedule, the family obligations, the lack of decent men in this country...
We want to have things our way...but we do want a man who <i>can</i> take control. Read on to see how to keep your power while you get him to step up.
You would expect your girls to always have your back, but sometimes "good" pals are quick to dole out love advice that can do serious damage to your twosome.
Of course you love your friends-who else would spend half an hour dissecting a text from a new man, drop everything to comfort you when you're bummed, or tell you the honest truth about how your thighs look in skinny
No matter how close you and your guy are, moves like these can still turn him off!
Okay, you and your guy are super tight. Still, it doesn't mean you can get away with:
Some so-called love laws just aren’t helpful to your relationship. It’s time to put certain habits to bed.
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