Get sum
The love calculator: How many dates does it take to find the "one"?
Ali Pattillo
Use math to hack your love life.
Sync Up
Sleeping with a partner affects your sleep cycle in one striking way – study
Emma Betuel
Sharing a bed may affect your relationship and your brain.
Chill dads
Dad bod? More like Dad brain: Here are 2 chemicals that change dad behavior
Ali Pattillo
Emerging data, in humans and animals, shows becoming a father has acute and lasting health effects on men. Dad bods are real. Science explains why.
Science
Covid-19 has put pressure on relationships. Here’s how to know if yours will survive
Gery Karantzas
Life in lockdown has been tough on many relationships. But negotiating the transition back to “normal” as restrictions continue to lift could also be a challenge for couples.
Truth hurts
Study inspired by the "Hot Crazy Matrix" explains perplexing dating choices
Sarah Sloat
Evolutionary psychology can explain why dark triad traits get passed on.
Science
Coping with life in the time of Covid-19: 7 tips
Linda E. Carlson
Half of Canadians reported a worsening of their mental health due to the COVID-19 pandemic in an April poll.
Culture
Dating over Zoom? Recognize there's one outcome you should consider
Sheril Kirshenbaum
As states start to ease restrictions, some may have broached taking the next step: an in-person rendezvous. What are the chances that their online connection will lead to true love?
Inverse Happy Hour
Duncan Trussell talks 'Midnight Gospel' S2 and that UFO video
Chelsea Szmania
In an interview with Inverse, Trussell shares a behind-the-scenes look at what went into the trippy Netflix series.
Culture
The paradox of social distancing: We’ve grown closer to co-workers
Andrew Gaudes
Working from home means people see their co-workers in a different and more personal context.
The science of sleep
How sharing your dreams could improve your relationships
Mark Blagrove and Julia Lockheart
When you wake up from a strange or particularly memorable dream, how likely are you to share it?
Office Evolution
How coworking spaces changed the office for good
Stephen J. Bronner
Led by the multi-billion-dollar WeWork, there are now more than 18,000 coworking spaces around the globe. How did we get here?
Sunday Scaries
3 experts explain how you can combat quarantine fatigue
Sarah Sloat
“We just kind of have to roll with it and keep trying to make the adjustments that will help us withstand it all.”
Quaranteam
Quarantine with friends? 5 tips experts say to consider
Emma Betuel
During the pandemic, some people are "quaranteaming" – moving in with friends to maintain a social life. Four experts explain whether this can actually work.
Mind and Body
4 ways city-dwellers can counter loneliness during Covid-19
Roger Patulny, Jordan McKenzie, Marlee Bower and Rebecca E. Olson
We offer four strategies for rebuilding social connectivity and emotional well-being in our cities, once restrictions are lifted.
Rolling with Advantage
How to play 'D&D' in quarantine: 6 tips from experts
Eric Francisco
Experts of the popular tabletop game reveal how to get started despite all the awkward hurdles.
Awkward Phase
Bunch app CEO Selcuk Atli: "I thought we would have hoverboards by now."
Jen Glennon
The Turkish-born tech entrepreneur is bringing mobile gamers together at a time when connection is key.
zoom zoom
How to find and keep love during a global pandemic, experts reveal
Ali Pattillo
"This is the best thing that's happened to dating in forever."
Strategy
6 tips to actually get work done at home, from the parenting experts
Stephen J. Bronner
If you’ve been struggling with your dual role of working and parenting, here are six tips from professionals with experience doing both.
Culture
5 psychology tips for couples stuck at home together for the foreseeable future
Kara Fletcher
Instability and stress can exacerbate insecurities and increase conflict for couples. “I” statements are just more important than ever.
Culture
Covid-19: How your body changes when isolating with someone for a long period of time
Hannah L. Schacter
In the wake of COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home orders, young couples may find themselves spending more time with each other than ever before.