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  1. Marriage Advice: Stop Having the Same Fight

    By Laurie Puhn Almost every couple has one: that seemingly trivial fight that just keeps cropping up, day after day, month after month, making you feel as if you're stuck in your very own version of Groundhog Day. Perhaps it's about your husband's leaving his cereal bowl by the sink rather than in t

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  2. Get Closer to Your Mate

    Whether you're nurturing a budding romance or you've been married since the first lunar landing, you can have a more committed, loving, and fulfilling relationship -- if you're willing to do a little work. Not sure where to start? WebMD consulted with top relationship experts to bring you this set o

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  3. When a Man's Sex Drive Is Too Low

    Men. High sex drive. Panting sexual animals. We know what they want. And we know when they want it: right now. Even doctors tend to see men as "sexual automatons," hardwired always to want sex, says pioneering sex researcher Irwin Goldstein, MD, director of sexual medicine at San Diego’s Alvarado Ho

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  4. How to Get More Foreplay

    Yes, you have to ask for it. No, that won't kill you. Read on for wince-free ways to bring out the shoulder-rubbing, neck-nuzzling, best-lover-ever side of your guy.

  5. The 'Good Enough' Marriage

    Forty-one-year-old single mother and journalist Lori Gottlieb has written candidly of spurning "good enough" men in search of the perfect romantic mate. But in her provocative new essay for the Atlantic, Gottlieb advises singles -- especially women -- to consider settling when it comes to a love rel

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  6. Love on the Brain

    He's analytical, driven, not very verbal, and not always compassionate. She's gregarious, intuitive, whimsical, warm, and compassionate. Before you say "not a chance," hear another view. It's probably a good match, says Helen Fisher, PhD, a cultural anthropologist from Rutgers University and a leadi

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  7. Timeline of a Love Affair

    Being in love is a powerful experience unlike anything else. It's an altered state in which people think and act very differently than usual. Some people never get to experience it, but many of us do at least once in a lifetime. Those who have experienced it also know that the powerful rush doesn't

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  8. Modern Love Glossary

    Stumped by all the relationship slang and instant and text messaging shorthand flying around these days? Confused by terms such as BF, GF, ILY, man crushes, and starter marriages? Don't be. Here's a quick guide to give you the 411: All about, into, all over: Very interested in (I'm all about him, he

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  9. Love in the Time of Caller ID

    Just as FedEx, UPS, and DHL can send a package across the country overnight, CrazyBlindDate.com can set you up with a stranger in just a few hours -- when you absolutely, positively have to be with someone right now. Hey, if you can get a suit dry-cleaned in three hours, why not a first date? Using

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  10. 10 Surprising Health Benefits of Love

    “I need somebody to love,” sang the Beatles, and they got it right. Love and health are intertwined in surprising ways. Humans are wired for connection, and when we cultivate good relationships, the rewards are immense. But we’re not necessarily talking about spine-tingling romance. “There’s no evid

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