Half Of Single Americans Aren't Interested In Being In A RelationshipSo many books and movies are about falling in love and getting married. At the same time, singles said they don’t feel a lot of pressure from society or their own social circles to find a partner.
Minnesota’s Most-Googled Relationship Question: How To Break Up?Minnesotans are known for long goodbyes, so it might not be too much of a surprise to learn that the most-googled relationship question in the state is: How to break up?
Minnesota's Most-Searched Relationship Question Is 'How To Break Up'Arguably it could be worse. Many states searched a variation of "I cheated on my girlfriend/boyfriend."
Are You Chasing People 'Out Of Your League'?Online daters tend to pursue users who are roughly 25% "more desirable" than they are, according to a new study.
Survey: Most Adults Would Dump Partner Who Doesn't Like Their DogLove is no match for man's best friend, according to a new survey which claims that an overwhelming number of adults would dump their partner if they didn't like their dog.
Celebrate The 'Sweetest Day' On SaturdayOne out of five people in relationships admitted they are regularly driven to jealousy by others who seem to have the perfect relationship.
Cheaters Likelier To Cheat Again, Study FindsResearchers questioned 484 people about at least two different relationships.
4 Things To Know: 'Netflix Official' Relationships, Ferguson Complaint & MoreFrom a complaint filed against Ferguson, Missouri to what matters most in relationships, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Feb. 11.
'U' Study: More Time Together Makes For Happier Married CouplesJust in time for Valentine's Day, a University of Minnesota study finds that absence may not make the heart grow fonder. Researchers found that married couples are happier and more fulfilled when they spend time together.
Are Minnesotans Uninviting To Outsiders?The concept of "Minnesota Nice" has proven an effective marketing tool, but is the proof in the pudding, as a typical Minnesotan might ask? Like clockwork, residents here are engaging in one more dose of heavy self-examination as of late.
33 And Unmarried? Ooh, Hate To Break This To You But ...Researchers say they've figured out the right time to tie to knot. Sociologists at the University of Utah say people should get married between the ages of 28 and 32. Past studies showed that waiting longer to get hitched usually led to more stability, but this new research found that the odds of divorce decline significantly between the ages of 28 and 32.
A Guide To Dating Around The HolidaysDuring the holidays, take things easy, communicate with one another and enjoy the festivity that's all around you.
Where Do Twin Cities Rank For Eligible Men With Jobs?If you're looking for "the one," it looks like the Twin Cities is one of the best places to meet your match ... at least if you're in the market to find a man with a job. Minneapolis and St. Paul collectively rank the fourth best in the nation when it comes to places to find eligible, employed men.
Tinder Users Hope To Swipe Their Way To New LoveSince the beginning of time, men and women have been searching for the same thing: true love. That's why we love romantic movies like "The Notebook" and sign up for dating sites like Match.com, eHarmony, and OkCupid. And now there's Tinder.
State Lawmaker Sued For Defamation By Ex-BoyfriendA state lawmaker from Alexandria is being sued for defamation by an ex-boyfriend whom she has accused of threatening and stalking her. The lawsuit by McLeod County Republican Party chairman Eric Harpel claims his reputation was ruined by statements Rep. Mary Franson of Alexandria made.