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Attention all fathers: A proper sex education can be a tremendous gift to your children.
A renowned relationship expert has the answer - and it may surprise you.
#Ionlygooutwithmodels is the not just a hashtag but a reality for some people.
Wise women know you can fight present danger, but life-long obsessions are in a different league.
British research discovers the surest way to woo a potential love interest is to brush up on driving skills.
OPINION: Dear Jaquie, I am about to marry a man just shy of a decade younger than me. He says he'll love me forever. But once I'm wrinkly and wobbly, I worry that might change ...
My wife died three years ago, and even thinking about getting close to someone else still feels wrong.
Dear Neil: We have been married for over 25 years. On occasion my husband has verbally scolded me in front of other people socially. I've also received verbal put-downs in front of our children and their partners. He chooses to mix with others at social functions, especially attractive women. Is this just bad manners, or does he lack respect for me? Feeling Disrespected in New Zealand Dear Neil: I have a husband that seems frustrated and angry when I express my feelings. He tells me he is never allowed to express his, but all his feelings come out in anger. Unable to Express Myself Dear Iowa and New Zealand: You need to sit your respective husbands down and have a very sober talk with them. An intimate relationship requires you to be able to express your feelings. If you don't, your relationship ceases to be intimate. You need to tell your husbands that you're getting hurt by their behaviors, and you need some changes in your marriage.
Thanks to social media, any guy (or girl!) can be a "modeliser".
Is this little pink pill the female Viagra? Hardly.
Sharing is caring. Or so the saying goes.
There's really nothing like the whiff of an affair to get us pop culture enthusiasts all aflame.
The hacked records reveal that just 15 per cent of users were actually women.
"I find it odd that a marriage can be celebrated simply for enduring. What about those who had a lucky escape?"
Sixteen-year-old daughter of Johnny Depp stars in LGBTI campaign alongside her stepmum, Amber Heard.
The Ashley Madison data leak has us asking if humans are meant to be faithful.
Former Ashley Madison employee claims she was told to make fake profiles so men would join.
Who needs relationship drama? Single peoples' lives can be very satisfying, study shows.
Does pillow talk mean anything or is it just sweet nothingness that prevents sleep and causes problems?
Dear Neil: 2 years ago, one of my friends introduced me to his daughter, and she and I got close very fast. She moved to my town, and wants me to take on a father role to her 5 year old child. But she is disrespectful and jealous, and this relationship has cost me a lot of money. I am miserable, depressed and anxious. I want to leave, but I feel responsible for her since she moved here for me. How Do I Get Out of This in Beaumont, California Dear Out of This: You're going to have to grow a backbone and tell her how you feel, and tell her you are thinking of ending the relationship with her. You do not have to take care of her financially and be the stepfather to her child if you don't want that job. It appears that you don't want to hurt her feelings, but you are ignoring your feelings, which simply doesn't work. But before you end this relationship, look carefully at what your girlfriend could do that would make this romance worth staying in. As an example, would you have any interest in growing into a stepdad role over time, rather than quickly as she has been asking of you? Is she financially leaning on you too heavily? Is there something you're wanting from her that you're not getting, but would make a huge difference to you? If you want out, tell her that. Perhaps you will need to help her get on her feet financially for awhile so she is not left homeless and penniless, but create an exit strategy for yourself. Your feelings and wishes count also. Dear Neil: I am 25, and have had a 5 year relationship with a boyfriend who lives in India. We have only met online, but we Skype twice a day. He is talking about plans for our future, and thinking I am the one he wants to marry. But I don't want to marry him. I don't know what is wrong with me. He is an awesome guy, and I don't want to lose him. What Should I Do in Canada Dear Canada: An online/Skype relationship with someone you've never actually met is not a real relationship. It's a hopeful fantasy, but it's not real. How does he treat waitresses? How does he relate to his friends and family, and how would he relate with yours? How affectionate is he? How possessive or jealous? What is he like as a lover? You don't know. If you don't want marriage with him, be honest and tell him that—and let him know you're not committed to a future with him. Someone you can share experiences with will be more satisfying than a Skype relationship, no matter how awesome the guy is. Perhaps it is time you started dating guys where you live. You'll hopefully find someone who you can touch and hold.
Men who spend more time looking after their kids have more fulfilling sex lives, study shows.
Ashley Madison user is more concerned about her credit card details being compromised than details of her affair.
OPINION: Dear Jaquie, I'm 50 my son is 18 and recently I've been feeling attracted to one of his friends. I find myself flirting when he comes over. It makes me feel conflicted and guilty but I can't stop thinking about him. Is this normal?
OPINION: Ashley Madison has possibly knocked Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton off the top of the list featuring the world's most well known female names.
He made headlines for an unusual baby announcement, but now he's been caught in the Ashley Madison drama.
If the Ashley Madison figures are anything to go by, New Zealand is a country of cheaters.
The science around sex addiction is divisive - is the term just an excuse?
Some people think that my decision to marry a man is an act of laziness and cowardice.
A little cry when dumped is to be expected, but this woman took it to the next level with a 90-minute meltdown in the street.
My husband gave me a piece of cardboard for our first wedding anniversary. Thanks?