If someone you loved wanted to go off to war, would you support them?
Ambivalence: Not exactly the best indicator of a healthy relationship.
Finally! A funny, lovely, uplifting Modern Love essay about love in your 20s.
Sometimes you have to move to the other side of the world to meet the boy next door.
This week’s Modern Love essay is a doozy for a Monday morning…
Single people often forget is that being in a relationship comes with its own set of angst, boredom, and even misery.
In this week’s Modern Love essay, the author reflects upon her experience dating an overweight man.
This week’s New York Times’ Modern Love essay is about a husband who becomes the principal caregiver for his wife when she suffers a psychotic breakdown.
“Although the romantic rituals of my generation (late-night texting, loaded e-mails, Facebook stalking) may expedite courtship, they make for exceedingly dull love stories.”
This week’s New York Times Modern Love Column is centered around a particularly juicy metaphor — a closeted lesbian trying to get over her fear of snakes.
Craigslist is great for, well, casual encounters, but what if that’s not what you’re looking for?
Modern Love Recap: The Real Importance Of A Meet-Cute
After taking a few weeks off from straight forward romance (that butterfly sex one was kind of a blip), this Sunday’s Modern Love column is straight-up misty-eyed sentimentality, in the best possible way.
This week, a judge weighs the pros and cons of performing a last minute marriage for a man who is about to die.
Why are the people who like us never appealing? Why can we never get enough of people who don’t give us enough?