In love, losers are 'winners', finders are 'weepers' Apr 27, 11:01 am
Washington D.C, Apr 27 (ANI): Turns out, a woman, who loses her unfaithful mate to another woman, is real winner in the long run.
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Men want more sex, women want good sex Nov 8, 1:28 pm
Washington D.C., Nov. 8 (ANI): A new study has revealed that men are more interested in the quantity of sex, whereas women are more into the quality.
Men, share household chores to get more sex Nov 3, 10:51 am
Washington D.C., Nov. 3 (ANI): A new study has suggested that men who make a fair contribution to household work have frequent and satisfying sex with their partners.
Secret to marital bliss is to say 'thank you' Oct 22, 8:03 am
Washington D.C, Oct 22 (ANI): You can improve your chances for high marital quality by using the power of "thank you" as a recent study suggests that showing gratitude and believing that your partner values you, directly influences how you behave in your marriage.
Men and women differ in how they see infidelity Oct 9, 12:01 pm
Washington D.C, Oct 9 (ANI): As per a recent study, women and men react differently to infidelity.
Many women suffer `post-sex blues` Oct 6, 8:11 am
Washington D.C., Oct 6 (ANI): A new study has found that after intercourse many women experience PostCoital Dysphoria (PCD) or post-sex blues, which includes tearfulness, a sense of melancholy or depression, anxiety, agitation, or aggression.
Memory, not Facebook, is biggest threat to your love life Oct 4, 8:11 am
Washington D.C, Oct 4 (ANI): As per a recent study, memory is a greater threat to the romantic relationships than Facebook.
Washington D.C, Oct 4 (ANI): If you're guilty of phubbing, that is snubbing others by constantly looking at your cellphone, then you may want to change your ways soon as a recent survey confirms that cellphones are damaging romantic relationships and leading to higher levels of depression.
With Millennials, digital letters better for expressing love Sep 2, 2:53 pm
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): You may want to send emails to your love interest instead of leaving voice messages as a new study has suggested that doing so can be more effective in expressing romantic feelings.
Guys! Way to women's heart is through stomach too Aug 14, 3:13 pm
Washington DC, Aug 14 (ANI): If you want to woo a lady, inviting her to dinner may just work in your favour as a new study shows that women's brains respond more to romantic cues on a full stomach.
'Read-up' to boost your happiness, improve relationships Aug 11, 4:40 pm
London, Aug 11 (ANI): A new study has claimed that reading improves your relationships and reduces the symptoms of depression.
Women who have sex with abusive men at higher sexual risks Aug 7, 10:28 am
Washington DC, Aug. 7 (ANI): Studying the pattern of risky sexual behaviour scientists have found that abusive men are more likely to put their female partners at sexual risk and this level increases along with the abusive behaviour.
Washington DC, Aug 6 (ANI): While we love the way movies romanticise passionate kisses, it turns out not all cultures in the world have romantic kissing as a norm, while some even find it "repulsive."
Want to woo girls? Talk to them, claims study Aug 6, 4:00 pm
New Delhi, Aug 6 (ANI): A new survey has revealed that 86 percent of Indian women cannot stand men who can't indulge them in a conversion and give one word replies as it portrays lack of interest, laziness and lack of respect.
`Facebooking` with your partner helps you stay together for long Jul 30, 1:51 pm
Melbourne, July 30(ANI): Love Facebooking with your partner? Researchers have now discovered that couples who Facebook together, tend to stay together for long.
Washington DC, July 22 (ANI): You may know that your partner lacks in some areas when you compare with other people, however, while some people defend their partner's shortcomings, some don't, and a study now explains why.
Date someone real and alike at 'A World Alike' (AWA Jul 17, 4:43 pm
New Delhi, July 17 (ANI): Amidst the matrimonial sites and dating sites are people who do not prefer such unconventional way of finding 'the someone special' and for them A World Alike (AWA), an exclusive, invitation-only network, creates an environment to socialize.
Researchers reveal how jealousy in relations can lead to alcohol Jul 16, 12:20 pm
Washington, July 16 (ANI): If you are someone who depends on his/her partner to make you feel good, then according to a recent study, you are likely to drown your sorrows if you believe your partner is cheating.
Beware! Is your partner 'ghosting' with you? Jul 4, 1:37 pm
New York, July 4 (ANI): If your boyfriend/girlfriend is ignoring your calls and messages out of a sudden then it is nothing but "ghosting" or a silent indication for ending a relationship.
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