In this season of high school and college graduations, many dating partners are likely facing the prospects of being geographically separated. What should these dating partners know about long-distance relationships? Are long-distance relationships substantially different from … [Read more...] about Does Distance Matter?: Geographically Close vs. Long-Distance Relationships (Part 1)
In the movie The Social Network, maintaining “single” as his relationship status incited a jealous rage in Eduardo Saverin’s girlfriend. Even Jamie Lynn Sigler (aka Meadow Soprano) found herself feeling jealous on Entourage when her boyfriend Turtle added an attractive new … [Read more...] about Does the Green Eyed Monster have a Facebook Profile?
Maryhope here again, offering up my personal life in the name of science (actually, I think that might be the definition of grad school). Anyway, Ethan, my husband, and I were recently invited to a friend’s house for dinner—an exciting prospect in a city that even after 4 years … [Read more...] about Relationship Conflict: Leaving the Fight In the Car
Editor's note: We invited Dr. Steve Yoshimura of the University of Montana to talk about his facinating research on revenge in relationships; here's what he said: Relationships are full of slings and arrows that can sometimes spark a deep desire to “pay back” perceived … [Read more...] about What Payback Comes from Revenge?
Rather than simply giving a top ten list of where individuals meet, we're arming you with the basic principles at play during initial encounters: (1) Physical closeness leads to psychological closeness. You have to interact with a person to have a relationship with him or her, … [Read more...] about Where’s the Best Place to Meet Someone?