When you’re romantically let go, your self-worth tends to leave too. However, there’s a couple of fractions you need to tattoo into your brain, dingus.
Because we desperate millennials are morons, there’s a social push where one suggests having a baby on the first date. Oh, dear.
As we move ever closer to an aged care crisis in this country, one pioneering European may have already cracked it. Care given by caregivers, and nothing else in the way.
It’s an oft-repeated romantic tale. Two parties enter a relationship, and it is not what it promised to be. So, why not have some legal protection?
Ever since it was known that I have no desire to have kids, I’ve noticed the societal push back. I’m not judging your decision, so why judge mine?
After a recent study suggested that men got more out of their bromances, I didn’t disagree. I have seen the hypothesis in action. Myth confirmed.
We pass many in our life, but if we stop to address the horror instead of recoiling from it, then the lessons we can glean are lasting.
After recent research revealed that Australians endure six years of anxiety before seeking help, I believe we need to address the ongoing stigma that still exists.
People in relationships make mistakes. So, should you apologise to your ex, or is it better to never say sorry?
According to a recent study, not only can Tinder legally keep all your data, they can sell it on. They know all your secrets…
We’ve all been in that moment, standing in front of a mountain of clutter, weeping at the expanse of our impulse shopping. Clearly, things have to go, but where to start?
I’ve voted, had my say, and made my voice heard. However we who vote Yes should not forget that we could easily be ignored, and all the pain and hurt would be for nothing. I hope I’m wrong.
Don Henley is an astute student of loss. Be it driving the streets pursuing his love, and the summer they shared, or in this instance, the precise moment when you discover your ex has found someone new. Get out of my head, Henley.
The honeymoon period is often the time when things are perfect, but choosing selflessness over addressing the minor gripes leads to irreparable damage later on.
The viral tale about the lovelorn man attempting to win back his ex with an endless piano has split the Internet in twain. Is it abusive behaviour, or romantic? I personally think it’s neither.
According to the findings of a recent German study, marriage does actually change you for the worse. Soz.
The sudden end of my relationship has left me confused. As I’m now romantically unemployed, I’m wondering what I need to change in order to keep my job in the future.
As the postal plebiscite is being shuttled to letterboxes around the country to define who I can marry, I thought I’d take this opportunity to not let a label define me. I’m a person, just like you. So here I am.
A rare treat this week, as we delve into the vulnerability of David Bowie. It seems that coke sniffing pansexual aliens have feelings too. That’s pretty freaky.
A recent study has delved into the algorithms used by dating websites, discovering most are fundamentally flawed. That being said, the main reason was us, but we’ll whitewash over that.
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…