Relationships

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Our relationships are what bind us to others — for better or for worse. They can be romantic, platonic, work-focused or family-focused; the only constant is that they are complicated.

As a result, the need to work on our relationships with others is constant, so we go looking for advice or studies to help us understand what's working — and what's not. 

The Bromantic Age is bad news for women — and grownups in general

Marriage isn't the ticket to better health after all

Birds with friendly neighbors age more slowly

Why does divorce run in families?

Some people may just have a face for cheating, research says

5 tips for having good relationships with your adult children

Why do smelly things bother women more than men?

Eating alone is becoming more common — and it's a big problem for boomers

Men are taking over the grocery aisles

Those good friends from high school? They make a difference to your adult happiness

The way we kiss is programmed into our brains

Do couples who get drunk together really stay together?

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