Most of the time when I met someone online who was polyamorous, I would just keep scrolling, but this time, it was different.
As if dating weren’t complicated enough already, COVID-19 has upped the ante.
Famous couples are twice as likely to get divorced as non-famous folks—giving them all the more reason to put in the extra effort to grow with their partners.
Keepler in-house dating expert Melissa shares helpful ideas on how to infuse some much-needed fun back into your dating life.
The best relationships start with playful banter and keep the fun going.
If there’s been one gift of the last year, it’s that the pandemic has highlighted the fact that a lot of guys are struggling, and they are now more willing to talk about and normalize it. But is toxic masculinity holding us back?
As a sex educator, I often begin my consent workshops by discussing the difference in the behaviors between folks who are showing sexual interest and those who are not.
Mental Health Awareness Month may be drawing to a close, but life with a mental health condition goes on even after the hashtags fade away.
From dowries to lovers’ lanes, the accoutrements of courtship have evolved as society has shifted.
Mindful relationships start with learning how to stay present in everyday life. This Keepler reflection guide is designed to help you learn how to not only access the present moment, but to experience it without judgment.
It’s wild to think 1950s marriage advice might still be relevant, but this Wilferd Peterson gem still resonates (making it one of the best love poems ever).
New relationship energy is a delight, but sometimes, real-life face time just isn’t possible. Stay connected with these long-distance date ideas.