During the holidays, take things easy, communicate with one another and enjoy the festivity that’s all around you.
It seems fewer couples are staying together, and relationship experts say more people faced with that fact are taking breaks to solve their problems.
Some couples are now participating in so-called social media prenups.
Many of us are being haunted by “emotional vampires” — people who suck our time and energy and leave us feeling drained. CBS2/KCAL9 talks to an expert on how to reshape the relationship and save your sanity.
“He was on social media all the time, all the time — and it drove me absolutely out of my mind.”
Excessive use of the social-media website Facebook can cause major problems in relationships, according to a recent study.
Spice up your plans with these five ways to ignite the fire in your relationship this Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, focus on all the things you love about yourself, your interests and your favorite people.
Alright, Singletons, it’s time to stop moping around feeling sorry for yourself for being single during the holidays. We have five reasons to celebrate your solo status!
The song “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” is a classic for a reason.
Dr. Sheri Meyers stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss the different forms and signs of cheating and to talk about her book, “Chatting or Cheating: How to Detect Infidelity, Rebuild Love and Affair-Proof Your Relationship”.
Solution: Jordan gets a “friend” top pull the trigger, by promising money or pain pills. I’d have thought he’d want to hang on to the pain pills.
Dr. Carole Lieberman visited the KCAL 9 studios Friday to talk about powerful men and affairs in light of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s recent affair and scandal.
Can social networking lead to divorce? A new study just released shows that 1 in 5 divorces cite “Facebook” as the cause of the split. Marlo Gottfurcht stopped by KCAL9 Monday to talk about her book, “Love, Marriage…and Facebook.”