We're down to the final four, as Colton wrestles with indecision.

These documents help couples be intentional about roles and expectations.

  • Caroline Kitchener
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Sometimes Feb. 14 is memorable for all the wrong reasons.

Like many kindergarten boys, I thought girls were gross. But that didn’t stop me from liking Jennifer.

  • Sam Nelson
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There’s more anxiety around when to say it and what it means than ever before.

Dating culture differs by geography, and affects the meaning of those words.

  • Alice Robb
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Five women departed. Here's how it all went down.

Guess what happened to the contestant who had never been kissed?

Caelynn Miller-Keyes opened up to Colton about the darkest night of her life.

I have no relationship with my family, and I posted about this sadness in an online group where I mostly lurk. They offered to be like family, but then no one ever contacted me again.

  • Jenna Glatzer
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It’s still too early to be able to tell the women apart, but never too early for petty, manufactured drama.

The shift is happening on college campuses and in politics.

  • Caroline Kitchener
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For over 20 years, my husband had been in charge of dinner. When he died, cooking was a daily reminder that he wasn't coming home.

  • Susan Barr-Toman
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Colton had his first one-on-one date of the season, and it was extremely uncomfortable.

Don’t let others influence your opinion of your ex — or your situation. And avoid going to court.

I asked singles: Have you ever done anything really big in your life that you probably would not have done if you were married or in a serious romantic relationship? The results were inspiring.

  • Bella DePaulo
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Financial problems can be a relationship deal-breaker, but we've managed to work through them.

  • Rachel Kramer Bussel
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So many women have told me about breakups, cheating, detachment and callousness that can result when one partner is sick.

  • Caroline Reilly
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What used to be a subplot is now a main event. Will it be exploited — or challenge stereotypes?

It was a long, slow night — and not just because a contestant dressed up like a sloth.

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