Gaurav has been a special child all his life. Now, he’s finally found home in a family who’ve fostered him for 15 years.
Watching 2-3 episodes ahead on Netflix may be a reason for a breakup.
Get married soon to be less stressed.
Is one day or a week enough to put a zillion sentiments into words and actions?
Read these fun life hacks, roll with laughter and try some of them this Valentine's Day.
Here you go, these should be on the top of your 'Do Not Do' List on Valentine's Day.
After online dating sites and apps, are young Indians ready to take it offline yet again? Now, a timer in hand...
In 2017, love isn’t the biggest thing, we are.
As we celebrate Kiss Day today, in the run-up to the big V-Day, why not update yourself with a little trivia on kissing.
A warm, comfortable hug from your loved ones makes you forget all your problems, doesn't it?
Stress takes a toll on physical and mental health, as well as close relationships.
Keep your handkerchiefs ready.
Not everybody on the Internet is whom they seem to be.
Men become interested in older women as they themselves age.
The Women’s March in the United States was a moment in world history, but also a lesson in fearless parenting.
Try to open up to others and to get them to open up to you by listening to them and share your mutual interests as it works best to accomplish your goals.
There was also a difference in the way in which men and women look at education levels in potential partners.
A grandson remembers all the ways in which his grandmother made his life magical.
Listening to sounds such as music and noise has a significant effect on an individuals' moods and emotions, possibly as a result of brain dopamine regulation -- a neurotransmitter strongly involved in emotional behaviour and mood regulation, researchers have found.
Emotional experiences can induce internal brain states - known as emotional "hangover" - that persist for long periods, according to a new study.
Enagaging in positivity may help individuals notice and appreciate the qualities in their partner rather than taking them for granted.
A recent survey found the 10 names that usually get 'swiped right' on the dating app Tinder.
The programme would collect profiles of widowers and widows and bring them together to give them a better life.
'While I do believe a wife should aim to care for herself, let's keep our perspective in reality. Love her body, but never more than her.'
The research reports that of 4,331 people with depression across all 21 countries, treatment rates vary widely.
The results suggest that young children are aware that others may hold different beliefs from them, but were not able to demonstrate this understanding due to information-processing overload.
In a study of women's sex lives over a period of seven years, those whose relationship lasted the duration experienced the greatest loss of sexual desire.
All children will eventually find out they've been consistently lied to for years, and this might make them wonder what other lies they've been told.
A relationship flourishes as long as there is a balance between ‘give and take’ - whether the exchange is tangible (material) or intangible (emotional) in nature is irrelevant.
The decrease in sexual desire was lower for women who had found a new partner over the study duration, said the study published in the journal Psychological Medicine.
According to a study, Friday 18 is the most popular day for a cheater to see his mistress before the year ends.
Counsellors say contagious nature of moods often influences the relationship between the couples.
'All parents are the same. They give birth to really awesome people, but they just don’t know it yet.'
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The study investigated the effect of unconscious arousal on how confident participants felt about what they were seeing when completing a simple task.
"Digital media has become an inevitable part of childhood for many infants, toddlers and preschoolers, but research is limited on how this affects their development," Radesky noted.