What We Can Learn From the Dramatic Dip in Divorce Among Millennials
Millennials may be proving that coming to marriage later, with less rigid roles, is enabling the sort of marriages that Boomers idealized—and too often failed to create.
Double Lives, False Identities, and the Con Man I Almost Married
In Duped, Abby Ellin explores what people need from each other, and the lies and suspensions of disbelief that sometimes help them get it.
PS Picks: The Endless Complexity of r/relationships
PS Picks is a selection of the best things that the magazine's staff and contributors are reading, watching, or otherwise paying attention to in the worlds of art, politics, and culture.
Rock Bands Need a Married Square as Much as They do the Wild Bachelor
Both punk bands and student groups produce more innovative work if they contain a mix of married and single people.
The Kids Are All Right, But Their Parents Are Out of Control
Extramarital sex has increased greatly for Americans in their 50s and 60s.
'Vanity Fair' Doesn’t Understand What's Going on With Dating or Tinder
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
There's a Name for Why We Retreat and Withdraw From Others Even When We Desire Companionship
And it's called the porcupine problem.
Pets Help Us to Build Communities One Friend at a Time
Even indoor pets help us get to know other people, according to new research in four cities across the U.S. and Australia.