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Emotional intelligence — the ability to identify and manage emotions — can help you succeed at work and in relationships. Here are 21 practical strategies for increasing your EQ right away.
Women breadwinners appear to make both men and women uncomfortable, writes Claire Cain Miller in the New York Times, citing findings from the Census Bureau. In heterosexual married couples, a new paper finds, husbands and wives are lying about who earns more when the woman is the breadwinner.
Dating app Hinge has released its list of London's 10 Most Eligible of 2018, based on the 10 people between the ages of 25 and 30 who receive the most 'likes' on the app, and it turns out their interests range from memes to McDonald's.
Divorce can be a difficult process, no matter how amicable your separation may be. According to the US Census Bureau, divorce rates are increasing among those 50 and older, roughly doubling since the 1990s. Here are eight of the worst divorce horror stories from both clients and lawyers.
A good first impression goes a long way, whether you’re trying to broaden your network of contacts, nail a job interview, or persuade investors. Understanding the timeframe of a first impression and making eye contact will help you impress others. Here are five ways to impress everyone you meet.
I asked 3 sex and relationship therapists to demystify infidelity, and their answers will make you think differently about cheating
Sex and relationship therapists have a more nuanced take on infidelity than most of us do. For example, most people who cheat don't actually want to leave their partners.
The relationship expert at one of the most popular affair websites says there are 2 distinct types of cheating among modern couples
Ashley Madison's resident relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says there are two types of cheating she sees: people who want to leave their relationship and don't know how and people who have no desire to leave their relationship at all.
Dating couples too often make the mistake of texting everything, instead of talking on the phone or simply meeting in person. According to matchmaker Claudia Duran, that can sabotage a relationship in its early stages.
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says having an "affair" with your spouse is about putting some effort into maintaining the passion in your marriage instead of looking for it elsewhere.
Money is one of the biggest sources of tension between couples, according to research. Differences in earning can cause tension with your partner. I earn significantly more money than my partner, and here’s how it affects our relationship.