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    Relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle cuts through the fluff with her love advice in TODAY.com's "30-second therapist" series. This week, one reader says he's shocked at how he got dumped, while another wonders if there's a problem with dating much younger women.
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  • Video: When men should lie to their ladies March 1, 2013
    We all know that generally, lying to a loved one can cause some relationship problems, but Dr. Catherine Birndorf and Ian Kerner tell us when it is actually a good thing for men to lie to their ladies. (TODAY)
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  • Video: Steve Harvey gives Valentine’s Day advice February 13, 2013
    The talk-show host, who is halfway through a week-long celebration of love on “Steve Harvey,” gives his tips on the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day and answers viewers’ questions about the holiday of love. (TODAY)
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  • Bill Gates recalls his 'spontaneous' first date with wife January 30, 2013
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  • Video: When is it OK to tell a spouse to lose weight? January 30, 2013
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  • 30-second therapist: Help! My fiance’s mom hates me January 25, 2013
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  • Video: Viral portrait of love: Man teaches girlfriend after stroke January 23, 2013
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  • A guy’s take on new ‘Rules’ of dating: They’re ridiculous January 22, 2013
    Author Jeff Wilser has fun weighing in on the book “Not Your Mother’s Rules: The New Secrets for Dating.” He says the rules over-simplify human behavior and often don’t work.
  • 30-second therapist: Why won't my boyfriend invite me to his home? January 18, 2013
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  • Video: Are girlfriends the new husbands? January 16, 2013
    Anne Fulenwider from Marie Claire and psychologist Dr. Dale Atkins discuss how many women are reaching out and depending on their best friends instead of their spouses to be sympathetic and supportive through life’s triumphs and tragedies. (TODAY)
  • 30-second therapist: Will my boyfriend leave me if he discovers my secret?  January 11, 2013
    Relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle cuts through the fluff with her love advice in TODAY.com's "30-second therapist" series. This week, one reader feels guilty about something she's kept from her boyfriend, while another laments about moving in with his controlling ex.
  • What are the most popular date foods in your city? January 10, 2013
    If you were planning on asking someone out for some fro-yo, you might want to be a bit more original. According to stats from dating site How About We, frozen yogurt is the top food item on a date in New York, Seattle and San Francisco.
  • 'Matchmaker' Stanger: No 'gold diggers' on show January 10, 2013
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  • 30-second therapist: Help! I'm married, but thinking about my ex January 4, 2013
    Relationship expert Dr. Gilda Carle cuts through the fluff with her love advice in TODAY.com's "30-second therapist" series. This week, two readers in new relationships admit they haven't moved on from their old flames.
  • Were fake-out proposals 2012's worst wedding trend? December 31, 2012
    When it comes to popping the question, what’s more romantic: a Tiffany ring delivered over a candlelit dinner, or a fake death?  This year was full of over-the-top marriage proposals, but perhaps no trend was more extreme than the "fake-out" proposal, in which would-be grooms used scary shock tactics to get their girlfriends to say yes.
  • $250,000 for love? Some men are willing to pay December 29, 2012
    While the workplace is experiencing mounting layoffs and shrinking portfolios, high-end matchmaking services have remained seemingly recession-proof, with matchmakers like Janis Spindel charging men up to $250,000 for the chance to find love.

 

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