Relationships

  • NEW YORK - APRIL 25: Actress Amanda Seyfried and actor Dominic Cooper attend the 'Letters To Juliet' after party during the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival at La Botega on April 25, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)
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    Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper on the realities of working together after a break-up

    Seyfried and Cooper – who were previously in a long-term relationship – recently reprised their roles as Sophie and Sky in Mamma Mia 2

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Long Reads

    The surprising impact your mobile phone is having on your relationships

    Group chats, voice notes, online forums: how is technology affecting modern intimacy?

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    Emily Reynolds
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    How digital devices are being used to enable domestic abuse

    A list offering guidance has been published online.

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    Susan Devaney
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    This is why Jada Pinkett and Will Smith don’t refer to themselves as “married”

    The labels of “husband” and “wife” mean very little to them

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    Kayleigh Dray
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    Kate Nash: 6 life lessons I wish I could share with my younger self

    Kate Nash’s advice to her 20-year-old self, from self-care to knowing your worth

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    Megan Murray
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    The surprising secret to Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s happy marriage

    Take note, millennials.

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    Susan Devaney
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  • Life

    What is gaslighting and could it be happening in your relationship?

    A young woman’s mum is seeking to raise awareness of gaslighting in a relationship after her daughter committed suicide as a result of it.

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    Megan Murray
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  • Life

    This is the best way to get over your ex, according to science

    Because break-ups are hard.

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    Susan Devaney
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  • Life

    Newspaper column about mysteries of romance to be turned into TV series

    If you’re a fan of The New York Times’ Modern Love column, we’ve got good news.

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    Moya Crockett
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    Love Island is back and I couldn't be happier

    Don’t let the culture snobs spoil Love Island

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    Alix Walker
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