A recent study took on the challenge of measuring the trust we have in our partners, and the trust in those same people when it ends.
This Valentine’s Day, the girls in the Finally Famous Book Club give serious consideration to love in its various forms. Hooley Dooley.
A brand new scientific study has done the research, concluding that we humans are influenced by others, especially when choosing a mate. Duh.
I’m at the age where my social calendar is made up of funerals. However, the more I see, the less I want the standard dour church fare for my own.
Sick of hearing your parents and relatives query you about your lack of a partner? Well, do what I did, and make one up.
Perhaps due to the wealth of information available on the subject, my generation struggles with the concept of casual sex. Maybe we’re overthinking it.
We all collectively lost the plot when Jacinda Ardern announced that she’d be having a baby in office. However, we should focus on the normalisation of her situation, as it should apply to all of us.
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.
After my relationship ended, the question soon turned to who got the kids. Admittedly, while our kid was a dog, the regret, doubt and pain is very much present.
Science, love it, tends to ruin everything. According to one Dutch study, love at first sight is nothing more than base physical attraction.
‘Firedooring’ is merely the latest term birthed from the hips of an apathetic 2017. However, those veterans of the daily battle of finding a partner will not be phased.
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…