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Headshots, ‘therapy,’ and a 70% success rate: Here’s exactly what you’ll get for a $15,000 membership to a luxury matchmaking ...
Dating service Elite Connections employs matchmakers like Claudia Duran, who charges $15,000 for a six-month membership. Clients are guaranteed at least one match a month, and the person will be as invested as they are in finding love.
We rounded up some intriguing scientific findings on smooth-talking the person you're attracted to — whether they're a total stranger or your spouse.
In "Chatting or Cheating," marriage and family therapist Sheri Meyers outlines what to look for if you suspect your partner is having an emotional affair.
A day in the life of a Miami matchmaker, who charges $15,000 for 6 months and takes meetings at a private beach club
Miami-based matchmaker Claudia Duran shares photos of a typical day in her life, which involves meditation, meeting with clients, and relaxing on their yachts.
8 people share hilarious stories about their dating lives as 30-somethings living with their parents
Dating in your 30s can be hard enough — nevermind when you live with your parents. The keys to maintaining a love life while living with your parents are communication and boundaries. Here, eight people living at home share hilarious stories about their dating lives.
Psychological reasons someone might fall in love with you include the fact that you own a dog or that you're wearing the color red. Love, apparently, isn't always rational.
A matchmaker says one of the best things you can do for a relationship takes almost no time — but a lot of courage
A successful relationship requires vulnerability, especially in the early stages. That means working up the nerve to tell someone you like them, says Miami-based matchmaker Claudia Duran.
I asked 3 sex and relationship therapists to demystify infidelity, and their answers will make you think differently about cheating
Sex and relationship therapists have a more nuanced take on infidelity than most of us do. For example, most people who cheat don't actually want to leave their partners.
A sex therapist says many people feel so guilty about cheating that they passive-aggressively try to get caught
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says some cheaters are so overwhelmed by the pressure of lying to their partner that they try — albeit passive-aggressively — to get caught.