The attachment theory attests that who we’re attracted to is often down on our experiences growing up. But, can we break that cycle?
Despite its clickbait nature, micro-cheating is a romantic condition that should be discussed. But, instead of rolling our eyes, we should check our boundaries.
People in relationships make mistakes. So, should you apologise to your ex, or is it better to never say sorry?
With love being a battlefield, how important is the size of the mental guns you bring? Is intelligence just a number, or is it the root equation that will multiply your issues? Well…
A recent study proved that marital satisfaction can be improved with the Prozac of pleasant imagery. So, perhaps for the wife’s birthday, you can print out pictures of those dogs she likes.
The read receipt: the function that allows others to see that you’ve seen their messages. The next great (read: destructive mind-game) tactic in the dating world.
For my money, Channel 9’s juggernaut reality show “Married at First Sight” is equal to Tinder in damaging our perception of what love actually is.
A whole bevvy of revamped statistics has made the idea of finding love on a date all the more unlikely, but also rather more interesting. J’accuse, sex interview!
A Harvard University study declared job loss the biggest factor in divorce. Here’s what our resident relationship counsellor makes of the findings.
Our final in TBS’ heartbreak series sees Hailee Walker talk to transformational therapist Teymara Antonio-Wright about moving on from heartbreak and changing behaviours for better and healthier future relationships.
In part four of TBS’ 5-part heartbreak series, Hailee Walker turns to Mehran Dabeh, author of The Breakup Handbook and authority on YouTube relationship breakdown advice.
In part three of TBS’ 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to psychic Pam Bradbury about healing, acceptance and moving on from a relationship breakup.
In part two of TBS’ 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to Neuroscientist Dr Sean Hatton on what happens to our brains when heartbroken.
In TBS’ new 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to those who help the heartbroken who are looking for alternatives for relief. In part one, Hailee speaks to Lisa A Phillips, author of “Unrequited” and journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, about obsession.
Counsellor Hailee Walker has come across plenty of relationship problems, most of which pale in comparison to setting up IKEA furniture…#thestruggleisreal
Hailee Walker encourages you to review your relationships in the new year because, let’s face it, you can’t soar with the eagles if you hang around with turkeys.
Relationship Counsellor Hailee Walker says don’t be so quick to judge the woman who stays in an adulterous marriage – it’s all about horses for courses and we all get to make choices about whether to stay or go.