Love & Relationships

Helping Kids Cope With Separation and Divorce

If you are planning to get separated from your partner, think about your kids. Divorce and separation often make kids feel angry, confused and insecure, so you must prepare your child in advance if there is no other way out. More...

Ged Mansour Mobile Fatigue Making Millennials Miserable Interview

The research, commissioned by amaysim, has found that mobile messaging fatigue is making Aussies miserable, with the trend particularly relevant for millennials. With the rise of messaging services such as Facebook Message, WhatsApp, iMessage, FaceTime, Snapchat, Google Hangout, Skype, Viber, along with the good old call and text, many young people feel overwhelmed by the variety of communications options available to them. More...

Romantic Wellness Retreats for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, it’s time to book a getaway for a romantic wellness escape. From the Great Barrier Reef to the Maldives, Health and Fitness Travel, the leading experts in tailor-made healthy holidays worldwide, recommend their top five romantic wellness retreats for Valentine’s Day. More...

Katrina Barry Valentine’s Day Travel Interview

I believe travelling solo is one of the best things you can do for yourself, especially when you are young. More...

Lee Hirsch The Bully Project Interview

The BULLY Project will launch in Australia on Thursday 8 October, aiming to reach 100,000 Aussie kids, creating the spark to ignite a new generation of empathetic and educated individuals. More...

Are You Single and Satisfied?

So the holiday season is upon us. The majority of us will spend our time over the next two months going to work parties, family parties, and everything else in between. More...

Bernadette Black Brave Foundation Interview

In Australia, in 2012, there were 24,000 teenage pregnancies recorded by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This does not reflect teenage pregnancies which were not registered. More...

Michael McKinnon How Australia’s Grandparents Are Connecting With Their Grandchildren Interview

Avg Survey shows how Australia’s grandparents are connecting with their grandchildren. But, as easy as technology makes staying in touch, there is no substitute for real life connections. More...



Family Feuds And Will Disputes- Putting Out The Fire

Will disputes are becoming an increasingly common occurrence in Australia, however there are some simple ways to ensure that such a dispute does not turn into a long, complex and costly court battle. More...

Shelley Hennig Unfriended

A group of online chat room friends find themselves haunted by a mysterious, supernatural force using the account of their dead friend. More...

5 Things To Do After A Great First Date

Nothing gets the adrenaline pumping quite like a great first date. Whether it is a blind date, or you finally managed to build up the courage to ask that special someone out, a successful first date gives a strong sense of exhilarating relief like no other. More...

Why Single Is Better This Valentines Day

While Valentines Day may strike fear into some singles, new research from Sara Lee confirms that being single has it’s benefits. More...

Dr Dain Heer Tis the Season to Feel … Jolly? Interview

A 2013 report from youth support network, headspace, has revealed that a vast majority (72%) of young Australians are negatively impacted by family politics at Christmas time. More...

Sacha Kaluri The Australian Teenage Expo Interview

The popularity of the event is growing year on year, with more than 8000 students attending last year and an even more teens expected over the course of the Expo. More...

Seeking the Modern Gentleman

You’ve seen the chick flicks and read the novels; now you’re left dreaming, wondering and waiting for our own Prince Charming, Romeo, Mr Darcy or even a man as mysterious as a vampire to come along and sweep us off our feet… More...

Dr. Elizabeth Celi Male Behaviour Interview

“Men typically find it difficult to express their feelings verbally, and 58% of Aussie men say it takes a few drinks to open up to their mates. However, one in four men also say shouting a meal is a great way to say thank you and a further 23% say they would rather buy a gift than formally apologise.” More...

Top Ten Etiquette Tips When Meeting Your Boyfriend’s Parents

You only have one chance to make a good first impression and meeting your boyfriend’s parents is the moment you really want to pack a punch in the first impressions department. More...

Expectations in Relationships – the Female Perspective

Do the stereotypical images instilled in girls from a young age prevail? We all know those images of white dresses, princes and fairytale endings where “happy ever after” is the only ending. More...

The Brain in Relationships

The human brain is extremely complex and this complexity mirrors itself in the nature of human relationships, especially when it comes to love. Ultimately what drives all living organisms is biology and we human beings are no exception. More...

Secret Admiration Leads to Marriage for 300,000 Aussies

A survey, commissioned by Darrell Lea, indicates one quarter of Australians aged 18-64 have received an anonymous love letter or gift on Valentine’s Day – with a similar proportion having sent one. More...

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