Having a child with someone doesn’t increase your chances of having that person stick around.
Whether we’re talking about someone we want to have sex with, someone we want to call a boyfriend/girlfriend — or both — the key is to be true to yourself and about yourself.
You can have conflicting feelings about someone but loving and being loved is about honoring and celebrating who we are and what we want.
Trust isn’t about checking in on someone constantly or always being around so you can see and know what they’re doing. Trust is is a firm reliance on a person’s integrity, ability, or character.
Heather Corinna’s explorative and gorgeous treatise on Love, with a capital "L", for young people (but, believe us, it’s a must-read for all ages!).
Zina Saunders paints a beautiful picture – literally and through an honest, loving interview – of long-time partners and newlyweds Nancy Goldstein and Joan Hilty.
If I feel fat and ugly, and I hate my body, how can I trust that someone else can love me?
Plenty of things that have been or still are considered “traditional,” are or may be based in sexism or other kinds of inequality.
New research takes an in-depth look at the knowledge, attitudes and behavior of unmarried young men and women (ages 18-29) regarding pregnancy planning, contraception, and relationships.
What does Valentine’s Day have to do with reproductive health? Plenty.