Australians are turning to family lawyers in unprecedented numbers to inquire about separation and divorce post-COVID.
Perth heart coach James ‘Fish’ Gill shows us how to transform conflict and come back to love
‘Couple goals’ have been a thing longer than the term itself but in the age of social media and trashy TV shows, have we as a society lost what it means to be in a healthy relationship?
There’s plenty of common errors couples make when managing money. Here’s what you can do to build a stronger partnership – and bank balance.
Finding new pals is tricky and requires courage, say experts
Almost seven times more Australian spouses were researching separation by the conclusion of Victoria’s COVID-19 second wave than before the onset of the pandemic, according to divorce research data.
The Federal Government is considering a radical proposal to force warring couples to wait longer for a divorce.
From learning a new skill, to cleaning up your finances, here’s our guide to the small things you can do today to get your year off to a happier, healthier start.
Divorce courts across the country are clogged with a year-long backlog of cases, as highly paid judges enjoy up to 10 weeks’ holiday while postponing court hearings until 2022.
Anxiety Aunt offers her sage advice over one reader’s concerns their family may not impress the boyfriend, recounting her own Christmas spent with a French playboy in a dilapidated farmhouse.
Covidship left you feeling Kanye’d after a bad spate of Fleabagging? Kate Emery decodes the terms and trends, the trials and tribulations dating in the Age of Corona have flung up.
Kate EmerySenior Reporter
New figures suggest the so-called ‘seven year itch’ — the idea that marital bliss declines after about seven years, a notion popularised in a Marilyn Monroe rom-com — may be a little pessimistic.
This type of abuse is now considered one of the most prevalent forms of bullying at work. Learn how to recognise and counter the perpetrator’s tactics and keep self-worth intact.
Raquel de Brito
‘I can’t be pregnant, I’m not married’. When Shelley Archer’s doctor told her she was pregnant the then 15-year-old Perth Catholic schoolgirl said that was not possible.
Rockstar, witch, pilot, aid worker. Fiona Horne is used to reinvention. But her latest incarnation in WA is probably her most unlikely path yet.
Video dating has taken off during lockdown, and it could be here to stay even as restrictions ease across the nation. See our expert tips on how to have a great virtual date.
New research shows some people have a genetic predisposition towards better relationships - but there’s good news even for those of us who don’t carry the gene in question.
We talk to our kids about relationships and staying safe. But with so many families enduring heartache, discussing suicide with teenagers has become the new birds and the bees.
From who they’re likely to form relationships with to when they’re most likely to first have sex, here’s what parents need to know about their teen’s sex life.
Looking for love online, but not sure how to assemble the perfect profile?
Living in a lockdown bubble with your partner has made it a make or break time for many relationships — and WA jewellers are inundated with demand for diamond rings
Many couples are reporting lockdown break-up woes as domestic pressures mount during the pandemic. But don’t order the removal boxes just yet. Here’s how to get love back on track.
The days of the ‘dumb dad’ trope are disappearing for the better. The new icon of fatherhood is a fella called Bandit who plays with his kids and does his fair-share of housework.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
This is how some of Australia’s biggest celebrities and sporting stars got their memorable nicknames that have stuck with them forever.
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