Being the unwanted object of affection can cause great personal discomfort, and even impact careers.
Both punk bands and student groups produce more innovative work if they contain a mix of married and single people.
Extramarital sex has increased greatly for Americans in their 50s and 60s.
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
And it's called the porcupine problem.
Even indoor pets help us get to know other people, according to new research in four cities across the U.S. and Australia.
Posting teen angst poetry and being part of an active commenting community helped Christine Friar digest the garden-variety pain of growing up, and—unbeknownst to her at the time—curbed the loneliness of being raised by one sick parent and one caretaker parent.
It makes your canine love you too.
In a new book, Allison J. Pugh explores how an ideology of independence can have negative effects outside the economic realm.