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You spend 33 years of your life in bed.
It was a cracking trip, bone cracking that is.
'This is often about attempting to reduce the fear of the unknown and increase the comfort level.'
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It's hard to admit, but in romantic relationships, sometimes we settle for what we're familiar with rather than what we deserve. Call them Band-Aid relationships. It's the type of coupling where thing...
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Plus where it came from and what it means.
'Honeyboomers' are using the kid-free break as a way to revive their love life.
Romcoms may have you believe that being in a relationship is the be all and end all, but in reality, being single can be pretty damn great. On Reddit, happily single people have been sharing the benef...
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There are so many varieties of flower out there, which can make the process of buying them incredibly difficult. One guy who liked the look of a purple 'flower' decided it'd be the perfect gift to tak...
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The romance genre is still the second most popular in the world.
If I said yes, know that you’re perfect to me.
Abandoning your mates for your new beau is not cool.
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Does my bum look big on this bike?
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When I was at uni he was trying to keep a tamagotchi alive.
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It's possible to be happily single. Really.
Men shouldn't feel the need to justify their bonds with other men.
Anyone can be a romantic hero between the covers... of a book.
Inti St Clair
You've gotta really like the person.
Tonight’s episode of ‘Not Getting Any‘ takes place at Mr Chatterbox’s city apartment.
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I'm looking for a coffee drinker anyway.
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It's not only films that need a good climax.
Children learn by imitating adults. They copy what they see you do, not what you tell them to do. Seeing your three-year-old stomp around in your high heels is cute. Experiencing your 18-year-old drive the same way you do is terrifying (and I really, really wish I had never ever used a mobile phone while driving with them).
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Here's a non-romantic person's guide to being a total catch.
According to science, falling in love is easy.
And it all comes down to evolutionary biology.
I have never liked kissing. There, I've said it. Exactly as the old song says. In my opinion, a kiss is just a kiss. Yet even uttering it feels like sacrilege.
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The reality is, in workplaces everywhere people are involved in personal relationships with colleagues and even their boss. Becoming romantically involved with a colleague isn't necessarily a problem; but how people go about it can be.
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People using dating technology seem to make up their minds within minutes whether they see a future with a person and if not, they move on fast with one click of the mouse. What happened to the days of getting to know a person before deciding if there was chemistry or not?
When Tim Ferris outsourced his online dating to his VA and found a long-term girlfriend, I wondered if he was onto something.
Valentine's is this month and I'm reeling in shock. Our daughter is only eight, but already the heart-tingling idea of love has reared its ugly head.
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Maybe someone will read this and be able to give me those man-things I crave -- a special handshake and an awesome nickname. Or we could just hide our feelings away and talk about sport, women and motorbikes while we awkwardly sip beer. Whatever.
I know that there's a school of thought that when two people come together they somehow combine and become one person -- two halves of the same whole. What nonsense