Returning to Sacramento on a flight with drink and book in hand, one’s mind tends to wander to a time passed, and the vacant space off my hip.
Despite what the headlines tell us, the world is a fine place. We understand this once we drag ourselves off the news cycle.
I once went on a date with a man named Ignacio. Well, I say ‘date’, but I still question the whole thing.
According to a collective of psychologists, those who ghost are totally fine, because they actually believe in love.
Burying one’s father is an exercise in change, your old self, your concept of time, and indeed, the merit of what remains all flies out the window.
It’s an age-old question. Why do those who ghost you still haunt the halls of your social media?
According to research, the only thing worth anything in a marriage is what quietly sits in your genes.
Love, in all its forms, is the greatest opiate, and the greatest inhibitor we possess. Nothing is as complicated, painful or valuable as our pursuit of it.
While social media has brought us closer together, it may have ruined the concept of romantic love. I blame you and your weekly anniversaries, Karen.
Let me tell you about an unforgettable night I spent with my husband. It was he and I, sans trousers, sans inhibitions, sans stomach lining.
Happy Valentine’s Day! If you’re looking to ditch that person you (no longer) love, follow our three step guide, and you’ll be Tindering in no time – you awful awful person.
In an effort to bridge the gap between Australian fathers and their daughters, one man believes sport is the answer. With government funding secured, our elected officials seem to believe him.
Today, a man pissed off the world by claiming that women over 50 are unloveable. I think men under 40 are exactly the same.
It’s a modern problem. They don’t reply, our world crumbles to salt and ash. But why? Why do we feel like this, and why don’t they text back?
Love, we’ve all felt it. Or at least, we think we have. However, there are signs that we mistake for love that most certainly are not.
Christmas is defined by two things. Those who are present, and those who no longer are. It took me leaving the country, and myself, to realise this. Love is what we have, love is all we have. Cherish it.
According to numerous internet studies, Christmas is the most likely time that we’re either getting busy, or busy breaking up.
Tumblr’s blanket ban on adult material has been truly felt in the sexual subcultures that proudly used it for exposure.
Flirting. We know what it is, but we have no clue on how to do it, or how to spot it. Fortunately, a ‘professional’ calling herself a ‘flirtologist’ has the answers. Sort of.
Are you a gelotophobe or a gelotophile? New research shows that partners who enjoy being laughed at make for a happier relationship.
According to one University, sexual intercourse with your ex will not stop you from moving on. It seems a bit…collegiate, though.