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Meet some real life couples and be inspired by how they met their special someone and made their relationships work!
Two couples share how their love for keeping active keeps their romance alive.
We asked two couples how they maintained their relationships despite being unable to meet, and how it made them stronger as a couple.
This is what three couples have to say after their first year and tenth year of marriage.
One couple shares how being open and seizing the opportunity blossomed into love.
WThis couple shows us that love can blossom anywhere and anytime if you give it a chance, even if your family is involved from the very beginning…!
Two couples show us that it’s possible to have it all. Find out how they juggle their career and life, and still make time for their significant other.
For these two couples, stepping out of their comfort zones led to the start of something wonderful.
An interracial couple shares their story of acceptance and overcoming tough times.
What’s it really like working together with your other half? We chat with the founders of Picneeds to find out.
Hanaffia and Safiah met through volunteering. Now married and with one child on the way, the couple talks about how their mutual passion for giving back led to a life together.
Laughter binds a couple and every good relationship has its share of hilarious moments to reminisce over down Memory Lane.
It’s natural for couples to have ups and downs in their relationship. What’s important is overcoming the hurdles together. We speak to five couples who did just that, and passed their relationship tests with flying colours.
Two couples share how they made exceptions to their relationship ‘deal breakers’.
Four couples share their first instances of romance.
Two couples share how marrying young gave them a head start in life.
Two couples share how being different makes them stronger.
It may be a common romantic comedy trope, but for these three couples, life indeed imitates art.
Is love at first sight real or is it just something that happens in movies? We ask two couples to weigh in on the matter – and received surprisingly candid answers!
Two couples share how being friends first has helped to shape the foundation of their romantic relationships.
They say good things come to those who wait – two couples share their stories.
A couple talks about how their shared interest fuelled a lasting relationship.
A couple proves that social media is a good channel to meet someone special.
For couple Hoe Mei Chen and Lye Ming Chye, their first date was nice but not particularly impressive.
Before love can be felt, a search has to be initiated. In 2011, that was exactly what Julia and Yi Heng did.
It was love at first bite for Hong Whee, 44 and Jenny, 37, who met at an arranged dinner. But they say that many other ingredients go into creating the perfect recipe for love.
For Steven and Shu Hui, their marriage bliss started with a proposal in a bed-room
For Sally Wong and Lee Man Hang, their happily-ever-after started at the movies
The love story of Leonard and Kailing is, in many ways, similar to the numerous ones we've seen in popular culture. From the moment they met, there was an instant attraction to each other!
Lydia Chong and Michael Soh tell DUET about the sunnier side of their relationship.
Newlyweds Teo Soo Kng and Michelle Phua met through iChat - and their connection developed into more than just words.
A mutual desire to learn rollerblading led to romance for Joanne Ng and Lim Chiew Seng.
Anthony Oh's caring nature and patience convinced Brenda Tan that he was the man she should marry.
Taking a romantic leap of faith, Edward Hoi and Loh Poh Cheng have decided not to let physical distance nor the length of their relationship get in the way of building a life together.
Finding love in a dating challenge may seem contrived but Jackie Goh and Mint Leong share that it has come very naturally to them.
For down-to-earth newlyweds Ding Ying Yian and Seah Wei Chuan, love lies in the little things.
Sharing a life together has taught Tan Chin Yi and Teo Swee Lee the importance of communication and compromise.
It helps to keep an open mind and give love a chance to bloom. Just ask Fan Tang Meng and Joanna Fan who attest that love can grow with time.
Accompanying friends to the inaugural ‘Let’s Gokon!’ event organised by SDN paid off royally for Stanley Lim and Melissa Yeong. The newlyweds shared how they found true love, Gokon style.