Marriage is more than just a ring on your finger -- it’s a bond between two people that should grow over time and add value to your life. But being married is not always easy, despite its many benefits. Like most things in life, it is marked by highs and lows. Learning to ride the wave of marriage together is key to staying together and being happy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage on marriage, including the benefits of marriage, how to overcome differences, tips on how to keep the spark alive, and much more.
Signs of an Unhealthy Marriage -- and How to Get Help
WebMD describes some signs of an unhealthy marriage and provides tips for finding help and repairing the damage.
The Truth About Open Marriage
Couples who practice open marriage or ''polyamory'' say it's good for their relationships. Some therapists disagree.
How to Stop Fighting: Tips for Married Couples
Experts share suggestions for defusing marital disputes.
Want a Happy Marriage? Be Nice, Don't Nitpick
True Compatibility Doesn't Exist, so Shrug off Little Conflicts
What a Kiss Does to Your Brain
Ever get that warm and fuzzy feeling when you kiss? See how your body and brain react.
How Couples Can Re-Connect Sexually
Sexual therapist Michael Perelman gives advice on how couples can reconnect sexually.
Finding Couple Time for Parents of Kids
How can you make time for your relationship when you have children? Ask Dr. Ruth.
How Sexual Performance Affects Your Relationship
Sexual therapist Michael Perelman, PhD, gives advice on the vicious cycle of rejection and how it can affect sexual performance.
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Kiss and Tell: What Do You Know About Locking Lips?
Love to lock lips? Test your knowledge on kisses.
Is Your Partner Cheating?
Infidelity Quiz: Is Your Partner Likely to Cheat? Can Your Relationship Survive an Affair?
Sex Fact or Fiction
How much do you know about sex? Test your bedroom smarts with this quiz.
The Science of Love
Take this science of love quiz to see how much you know about the attraction between the sexes.