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A day in the life of a Miami matchmaker, who charges $15,000 for 6 months and takes meetings at a private beach club
Miami-based matchmaker Claudia Duran shares photos of a typical day in her life, which involves meditation, meeting with clients, and relaxing on their yachts.
8 people share hilarious stories about their dating lives as 30-somethings living with their parents
Dating in your 30s can be hard enough — nevermind when you live with your parents. The keys to maintaining a love life while living with your parents are communication and boundaries. Here, eight people living at home share hilarious stories about their dating lives.
Inside the relationship of former ‘bad boy’ pro golfer Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky, who used to eat breakfast and dinner with her h...
Dustin Johnson, a professional golfer with the PGA, and Paulina Gretzky's relationship kicked off when her famous dad Wayne Gretzky introduced them.
Living in Hong Kong, my parents followed a Chinese style of parenting, which tends to emphasize control and obedience. After moving to New York at 15, I realized that the parenting style practiced by my parents limited self-expression and creativity. Here's how I plan to raise my kids differently.
Awkward moments are a given if you're a human being who works, dates, and has friends. But some of the most awkward situations possible have to do with digital technology and would have been unimaginable to previous generations.
If someone you know is behaving in a lot of these ways, you don't want that so-called 'friend' in your life. Toxic people are always competing with you, are obsessive, and tell bare-faced lies.
Marriage is hard — but it typically gets even harder after you have kids. Marriage therapists Hal Runkel and Rachel Sussman shared their best strategies for new parents to stay close with their spouse.
One of the most common dating mistakes that matchmaker Claudia Duran sees is telling someone you're looking for a serious commitment the second you meet them. It's a huge turnoff, Duran says.
Thank-you notes aren’t a relic of the past — research suggests even a quick email of thanks can pay off in spades
According to new research, we shy away from writing thank-you notes because we believe they won't be received as positively as they actually are.
Signs your relationship is on solid footing include the fact that you and your partner split chores evenly and that you have a similar sense of humor.