Rappler's latest stories on Relationships
'My wife is not upset when I ask these questions, and neither am I. But I want to know why.'
Bigla ba siyang nanlamig? Biglang nawala? Usapang ghosting ngayong A-ghost-o.
Size sometimes matters – and in the case of Brian, for all the wrong reasons
'I gave her an ultimatum that if she contacts her former bodyguard again, I will create a scandal and opt for an annulment'
Here we breakdown break-ups – the why's, the how's, and what we can do to finally let go and move on
'It’s as if I see little to no effort from him'
Our favorite flicks don’t just entertain us, they also teach us a thing or two about how society shouldn’t define how we live and love
'Should I continue not messaging him first, or should I go ahead and continue being sweet to him even if he no longer initiates?'
'Why do I have premature ejaculation with my wife but not with my girlfriend?'
It seems unfortunate that I had forgiven her only when she had departed from the physical world
Should he stay or should he go?
'It’s his mind not in sync with wanting it'
'She betrayed me. She should have defended me. Plus she lied.'
His girlfriend 'Anna' cheated on him. But now Pete is thinking about helping her. What should he do?
Late-night texts, dating apps, Skype chats – are these innocent or harmful? A relationship expert helps us find out.
What turns our morning coffee time from a leisurely sip into a hurried slurp? What makes us stay so late in the newsroom that our dogs forget what we smell like? I’d like to share that with you every Wednesday.
Times may change but some things, like friendships, will always stay the same
'How can I emancipate this person without him being hurt again?'
The many things we feel and do when we are broken hearted, explained
He gets an invite from his sister and kept it a secret – until his partner find out. What's Dan to do?
'I love him more than my husband! Am I just being blinded?'
'I feel that being in a relationship with me is a chore for him,' says Marites
'What I fear the most is that one day, I just wake up and have no more feelings for my husband'
'My lifetime commitment is to combine love with kink, because I can't accept only one'
'M' says sex is different now that they're married. What's a girl to do?
'It was traumatic and tragic. I mean, would you want to be the reason of your love ones to die?'
'Most of the time, I wish I had my parents’ support back then when these things were happening to me. It would have made all the difference in the world.'
What's it like being a single lady in your 40s?
Diane asks: 'Would it be worth it to give ourselves another chance at building our family?'
What if you were asked to trust someone for the first time? What would make you trust them?
'I am a very private person. Sharing my pain and struggles are not easy.'
Our resident advice-giving duo talks about the research behind platonic relationships
'This is not the first time for him to do this. I forgive but I cannot forget.'
Goodbye toxic relationships – here's how to make sure you're in the healthy and happy relationship you deserve!
Beneath all the fluff, love remains conditional. A recent study by Closeup found out why.
'Are they just one’s way of satiating the need for amour propre – meeting the approval, and stoking the envy of online witnesses? Are they for one’s lover at all? Or, are they for public affirmation?'
We wonder about many things when we are attracted to someone, and probably the list expands when we consider marriage. But are genes part of those considerations?
Yes, there are concrete ways for couples to recover from an affair
Zagreb's Museum of Broken Relationships displays various objects on stories of heartbreak
What makes a relationship real?
Find yourself saying “so many fish in the sea, but none for me”?
Rappler talks to a relationship counselor and psychologist about cheating, affairs, and the warning signs you can look out for
Filipinos on being single, believing in may forever, and buying condoms during the love month
From decadent chocolate cake, to starlit dinners here are Valentine's goodies you can enjoy no matter what your relationship status
We could all use a dose of happy and kilig – and your love story might just be what we need