The million-dollar relationship question: Why do good girls fall for bad boys, er, in this case, a serial cheater?
“We immediately clicked, you know?” she told US Weekly of meeting Woods at a charity event in 2012. “It was just one of those things.”
Plus, almost a third of hitched couples would advise against marriage.
For lots of couples, the secret to a long marriage is being too scared to get a divorce.
The Family Research Council points to studies that show churchgoing, monogamous adults have the best sex lives.
This might not be the best reason to become religious, but apparently, churchgoing adults have better sex than the rest of us.
Palmistry is popular in Japan, but what happens if you've got an unlucky love line? Cosmetic surgery, of course.
Palm reading is popular in Japan, but those unhappy with their ill-fated lines are taking matters into their own — wait for it — hands.
Which guys are on HC's No-Fly List? Read to find out.
Admit it; your last boyfriend was a loser. He never returned your calls, he broke off dates and he flirted with everything that had a pair of you-know-whats, but you were in love. Every time he coughed up the $3.95 to take you on an ice cream date, you melted faster than your chocolate chip mint cone. Cue gag. How could you have been so wrong? You were a sucker, like millions of women across the globe.
The perfect guy is hard to find, but the wrong ones seem to be in total abundance.
Camouflaged with flattery and a spot-on sense of style, he might seem like The One, but he's not, and you might not know until it's too late. To save you the post-breakup cocktails and raw cookie dough, Her Campus is here with our No-Fly List. Beware these three guys. They are wolves in sheep's clothing (or a perfectly tailored J.Crew sweater). Proceed with caution.
The woman who catches her will be the next to get ... slingshot?
What to expect, how to deal and hopefully, start to emotionally heal when you’ve lost a significant other.
My heart goes out to Lea Michele on the tragic loss of boyfriend, "Glee" star Cory Monteith. As someone well-versed in bereavement, I know how devastating it is to suddenly lose a loved one. What I cannot imagine is grieving and trying to make sense of the death of a significant other in the public eye.
If I’ve learned one thing in dealing with loss is that there’s no right or wrong way to grieve. Everyone handles death differently.