RELATIONSHIP

RELATIONSHIP

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  1. couple laughing, on a date

    Commentary: Relationships - yes you have a type. It's likely to be your ex

    But there are plenty other factors that influence who we enter into a romantic relationship with, says Brunel University London's Stanley Gaines.
  2. Want to stalk your partner after a break up? Don’t

    Commentary: Want to stalk your partner after a break up? Don’t

    It’s normal to miss your ex after a break up, but constantly checking up on them will only make you feel worse. Dating coach Marcus Neo shares ...
  3. dating couple on a dinner date

    Commentary: Your checklist approach to dating is wrong. Here's why

    'Shopping' for a partner with a dream list would only work if people knew themselves, Karen Wu at California State University points out.
  4. A couple holding hands.

    Commentary: Humour the secret ingredient to a happy, lasting marriage

    The way you and your partner use humour can shape your relationship, and even break it up, says one Aberystwyth University observer.
  5. heartbroken, breakup, relationships

    Commentary: After a break-up, some find it harder to achieve closure

    While others avoid closure at all cost, some need explanations in order to have their painful feelings resolved, says one psychology lecturer.
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    Encourage teens to discuss relationships, experts say

  7. friendship

    Commentary: Slow down to make meaningful connections in a fast-paced world

    While technology has made it convenient for us to make new friends, it has also made us complacent about doing so, says one observer.
  8. NYT illustration - Loneliness

    How loneliness affects our health

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    Commentary: Finding love in Singapore, one swipe at a time

    If Singaporeans more openly embrace dating apps, they may find broadening their social circles that much easier, argues Paktor's chief technology ...
  10. Lab test

    Commentary: In a world first, Singapore’s highest court rules that parents deserve kids with their genes

    Singapore’s Supreme Court recently ruled that parents have a strong interest in “genetic affinity” with their children.