Christine Livingston played the role of the dutiful daughter-in-law before and had no wish to do it again.
If you’re short on moolah but big on love, don’t fret, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
Follow the rules for negotiating the world of online dating, says relationship coach Makabelo Motaung.
Our favourite books can make us more – or less – attractive to the opposite sex, according to new research.
While disagreements between couples are inevitable, what if you could know exactly when to walk away before a tiff becomes a blazing argument?
Unravelling the ever-changing intricacies of “going Dutch” on a first date is a hard puzzle to solve, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
Maybe Disney should take it easy on stepmothers. It's not such an easy role to play, writes Dani Fleischer.
Shell-shocked and out of sorts, Meghan O'Dea is left to renovate a home she had bought with her ex-boyfriend by herself.
Gratitude may not only boost your relationship, but also enhance your psychological and physical well-being, a study has found.
Zachary Zane is not a cheater or faithful. Instead, he's all of it.
Former Olympic swimmer and popular Sharks flasher girl are ready to tie the knot on their 11 000kms apart relationship which involves a lot of flying.
While looking for a potential partner, women are likely to choose men who are physically attractive.
A study found that when it comes to assessing a potential partner, women go for appearance just as much as men.
There are times when sites work with lovely results, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
You might think that being in a happy relationship would make you less likely to fear potential love rivals. You're so wrong...
Branch out and make new friends while discovering exciting, novel things, writes Marchelle Abrahams.