New research suggests they have more mature ideas about how real-world relationships work.
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Forget how friends, family, and others feel. People even tend to view their partners more favorably than their partners view themselves.
And when they feel God might reject them, they buddy up to their partner.
Do men pretend like they're not into Valentine's Day—or any other love-related things—because of the way society pressures them to avoid "girly" things in our culture?
New research finds people who read romantic fiction are good at picking up subtle facial clues revealing a person’s emotional state.
A new analysis suggests adolescents get a distorted view of romantic relationships from viewing Hollywood movies, one that may give them unrealistic expectations for their own love lives.