What it’s like to get divorced in your 20s

Ending your marriage under 30 rarely comes with sympathy cards and casseroles

This romance novelist with Asperger’s writes about love on the spectrum

Helen Hoang’s novels have resonated with readers, especially ones who have ‘never seen themselves represented in a positive way’

At Rom Com fest, these fans still believe in happily ever after

Miraya Berke, the festival’s founder, curated her own dream version of Sundance

It’s possible we had a gay president — but we definitely had a gay first lady, according to these love letters

Rose Cleveland, the sister of Grover Cleveland, had a relationship that spanned nearly 30 years with another woman

How to put a lifetime of love into words

Five women on how they wrote their wedding vows — and what they chose to say

It’s okay to hate your wedding day

Since childhood, women have been told that this day should be ‘perfect.’ It’s time to drop the charade.

You’ll want to devour Sally Rooney’s sophomore novel, ‘Normal People,’ in one sitting

Youth, love and cowardice are unavoidably intertwined in the book, which is anchored in campus life

This app claims it can improve your marriage. But can compatibility be programmed?

‘Remind me to express appreciation at 9 a.m.’ is a setting users can choose in Lasting

I am saying goodbye to Oahu, Hawaii. Here are the 6 places I’ll miss.

After four years on the mythic island, I got what I came for: an unshakable love for myself

More than half of young Americans don’t have a romantic partner, new data shows

Fifty-one percent of those between ages 18 and 34 don’t have a partner, up from 33 percent in 2004