This winsome collection of beloved things from author Amy Krouse Rosenthal reminds us that love doesn't have to be Big or Romantic to be important in a making-every-day-pleasurable kind of way.
Read part of the first chapter from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Love in the Time of Cholera.
Oprah Radio host Dr. Laura Berman asks you to show your partner the love you want in return.
Diana de Vegh, a psychotherapist who's seen it all, pokes holes in some of romance's little fairy tales and explains why life is saner--and happier--without them.
Robert Holden, PhD, author of the book Loveability: Knowing How to Love and Be Loved, explains what we're actually saying with those three little words.
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