There’s a service on the internet that offers you a virtual partner, a chatbot that will always be there for you. Sadly, I discovered the future of dating is very much like the present.
For the romantics among us, the concept of ‘the one’ powers our thumbs, loins and comebacks. But, does believing in a love so true actually have any real benefit?
While social media has brought us closer together, it may have ruined the concept of romantic love. I blame you and your weekly anniversaries, Karen.
Last night, the nation witnessed the Honey Badger ultimately choosing no-one. It hurt, because it illustrated that even fictionalised television romance is too real.
Well, it’s official. We’re all bloody awful. As it turns out, the engagement ring reflects how shallow we all really are. But that’s science saying it, not us.
I’m technically single, but due to Facebook’s algorithm, I’m seeing a lot of the person I’m sort of seeing. It’s taking the mystery out of the whole thing.
A recent UK study discovered that the vast majority of couples see cleanliness as a deal breaker. It’s true, as I learned this through bitter experience.
The act of love might remain unchanged through the centuries, but has our way that we approach it changed? You tell me, bae.
The attachment theory attests that who we’re attracted to is often down on our experiences growing up. But, can we break that cycle?
This Valentine’s Day, the girls in the Finally Famous Book Club give serious consideration to love in its various forms. Hooley Dooley.
The viral tale about the lovelorn man attempting to win back his ex with an endless piano has split the Internet in twain. Is it abusive behaviour, or romantic? I personally think it’s neither.
Freddy Mercury’s saccharine mash note to the absence of love is our next stop on the Sad Songs train. He earnestly believes that true love will save him, but will it?
A whole bevvy of revamped statistics has made the idea of finding love on a date all the more unlikely, but also rather more interesting. J’accuse, sex interview!
With St Valentine’s day on the horizon, we’re wondering, who the fudge was he? Well, according to history, there are three claimants.
Our final in TBS’ heartbreak series sees Hailee Walker talk to transformational therapist Teymara Antonio-Wright about moving on from heartbreak and changing behaviours for better and healthier future relationships.
In part four of TBS’ 5-part heartbreak series, Hailee Walker turns to Mehran Dabeh, author of The Breakup Handbook and authority on YouTube relationship breakdown advice.
In part three of TBS’ 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to psychic Pam Bradbury about healing, acceptance and moving on from a relationship breakup.
In part two of TBS’ 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to Neuroscientist Dr Sean Hatton on what happens to our brains when heartbroken.
In TBS’ new 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to those who help the heartbroken who are looking for alternatives for relief. In part one, Hailee speaks to Lisa A Phillips, author of “Unrequited” and journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, about obsession.
Well, a rather smutty, yet valuable scientific study has recently purported the connection between music and the physical act of love. Thanks, Science.
Bored in your relationship but still in it for the benefits? Well, fortunately a program called LoveBot has your back. You callous bastard.
After a recent study found most men swipe right to EVERY WOMAN and only 53% message the person after being matched, we speak with a Tinder user who has a numb feeling of familiarity.