Whether waiting for love or revelling in lust, the steps you walk to bridge the two are often the most brutal.
For my money, those who criticise polyamory do so from a place of ignorance, for those who participate know that love is all.
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.
Apparently, the key to a lasting union is arguing effectively, thus avoiding what are now being dubbed “the four horsemen of the relationship apocalypse” (not our term).
Emotionally, 2016 has indeed been an annus horribilis for me, but through clear reflection, I’ve mapped out a way to move forward and to avoid a repeat in 2017.
A Harvard University study declared job loss the biggest factor in divorce. Here’s what our resident relationship counsellor makes of the findings.
Recently, I stumbled upon a list that listed toxic attributes of a relationship, and I possess them all. But, I contend, love is a battlefield, and you must be armed.
During the course of our long-term relationship, my partner and I have changed, but it is when we drink do we become who we used to be.
Over the last 25 years, our tap group has treated those who have left like strangers. Now that I’ve left, I fear the same will happen to me.
Hard to give, harder to apply. The concept of meaningful relationship advice is the toughest beast to lasso, but I believe I have it.
Maciej Radny wants us to tear down the term “friendzone,” claiming that it only serves to provide refuge to the bitterly naive.
Gentlemen of the world, wonder no longer. Kate Turner has selflessly explained the five words we fear: “Sorry, I have a boyfriend.”