The painter, writer and the only woman with the spunk and self-determination to leave Picasso has a few things to say about success, personal style and the nature of intimacy.
The Times Weddings editor Charanna Alexander discusses the decision to move away from the traditional Times wedding announcement and her plans for the section.
Readers are upset that Republicans in one of the focus groups still believe that the election was stolen. Also: Vaccine mandates; marriage and divorce.
A relationship is a shared story, even if it’s hard to agree on the details.
We don’t marry one person as much as we marry one version of a person. But accepting the person a partner may become can be more challenging.
You may also have questions about how this process works. We have answers.
Student suicides, a shortage of counselors and stories of resilience. Also: Just one Republican; guardianship abuse; spouses’ love-hate relationships.
More and more Americans are single, living lives of hard-won independence.
Do I hate my husband? Oh for sure, yes, definitely.
A son reflects on his parents’ commitment, endorsed by the Catholic church, to cohabit chastely like “brother and sister” to avoid mortal sin.
The Tony Award-winning actor Daisy Eagan and her husband Kurt Bloom, who are in an open relationship, share how they designed a marriage that works for them.
Ms. Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist and the youngest-ever recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize, married her partner at a small ceremony in Birmingham, England, she said on Twitter.
The film “Spencer” is the latest in a long line of TV and movie depictions of Diana. Here’s a selection.
Like many men in Gaza, Wasfi al-Garosha regularly returns to prison for failing to repay a wedding loan. His trip back, always on foot, reveals much about the stresses of life in the Strip.
The Supreme Court ruled that alimony is gender neutral in 1979. But, to some, women having to dole out spousal support still comes as a shock.
The tortuous path to marriage for Princess Mako of Japan leads to a registry office in Tokyo and most likely a life abroad.
This is a development with enormous consequences for how we define family and adulthood in general, as well as how we structure taxation and benefits.
Not the sock itself, but a note attached to the sock. (Actually, the guy who wrote the note.)
Not surprisingly, the romantic lives of autistic adults are just like those of neurotypical adults: never easy.
Erika Girardi is famous for her lavish lifestyle. Now her husband’s law firm has been accused of misappropriating millions of dollars. It’s all unfolding on TV.
In continuing to share a home, along with our teenage kids, my ex and I have found true partnership.
Did we really want to throw away 98 percent compatibility?
I didn’t divorce my husband because I didn’t love him. I divorced my husband because I loved myself more.
As the president tries to prove that bipartisanship is still possible, the first lady is not standing on the sidelines.
Kaitlin Flannery and John Mancini met in Palo Alto, Calif., and moved across the country together, until a shocking diagnosis meant they had to live apart for a while.
Whether the pandemic caused new problems or amplified old ones, divorce cases have family lawyers and judges busier than ever.
A divorced mother of two finds a new sense of pride in learning how to manage a home and much more, on her own.
As teens, Jody Prendergast and Lancelot Ferguson spoke so much on the phone — she in Rosedale, Queens, he in St. Mary Parish, Jamaica — that her father cut the cord. Their connection persisted.
My mother told me if I didn’t marry by 25, I would end up “on the shelf.” Still single at 36, I’m learning to appreciate the view.
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on marriage vows and stolen library books.
Whether you’re newlyweds or not, your marriage can only benefit from a better balance that eases the stress on both of you. But be ready to talk — “we” statements only, please.
I’ve spent my life preparing for the biggest games a person could play, but nothing prepares you to be a caregiver who has to watch a loved one slip away.
Some relationship coaches believe healing from past traumas and dating with intention can help you find your person. But it may cost you over $10,000.
A couple are heading to court to decide who is entitled to a fortune, started in the earliest days of Google, that includes valuable California real estate and stock holdings.
Over the last year, elopement has emerged as a ceremony of choice for many couples, because of pandemic-related capacity restrictions and other logistical hurdles.
And: Legally married at last.
Fearing that a romantic attachment in later life will lead to full-time caregiving, many couples are choosing commitment without sharing a home.
Instead of walking down the aisle, the father of the bride escorted his daughter to her new husband in a road trip to Texas, forging a new, special bond.
Melissa McCue Lawson and William Lawson were almost a missed connection. 29 years of marriage later, they don’t take each other for granted.
Our partners can make us aware sometimes of important realities — ones we may be afraid to face — in the most loving of ways.
And: falling in love on Zoom.
Experts say couples can emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever by learning from the past and looking toward the future.
Pregnancy and parenting do not justify making a child a bride.
New Y.A. literature, television and film let me imagine a better future.
After heartbreak landed Amisha Patel on her parents’ couch, she began to wonder whether her love life was predetermined.
Experts share tips on how couples can adjust to spending time apart again.
Joy Morrow-Nulton and John Shults Jr., both widowed twice after 60-plus years of marriage, celebrated their 95th birthdays and wedding.
The actor and comedian Niecy Nash and her wife, Jessica Betts, a musician, reveal how crab legs, skinny dipping and therapy improved their life as newlyweds.
How women are fashioning the white dress to bring awareness to a variety of issues.
No lists, no charts.