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She's aboard the Trump train. Her husband's a Democrat. It was never going to end well.
OPINION: Talking about sex with your kids can be awkward – and "the right age" seems to be up for debate.
Julia Sloane, who was accused of a racist remark on reality doco, trying to reignite her on-camera career.
He snooped on her phone, she's miffed about his Facebook photos. Now what?
It wasn't probably the meet-up of their dreams, but it was still pretty cute.
OPINION: Do relationships with fundamental differences in beliefs really last?
Many women have a numb cervix, according to Wellington sex expert Olivia Bryant.
OPINION: Most people don't want to admit it, but relationships are bloody hard work.
OPINION: Don't feel guilty - getting a cleaner is good for you and your relationship.
Q&A: It's been 7 years and he's still not keen on marriage. So now what?
Monaco's heir and Grace Kelly's son says Prince Harry's girlfriend should "keep calm and carry on."
OPINION: I never thought I'd be open to dating someone with less education.
They say when you get married, you marry your spouse's friends and family, too. So what happens after a divorce?
The relationship might start out great but keep an eye out for these 14 danger signs.
Are you in a fit and healthy relationship? Here are seven questions to consider.
Ben Affleck's new girlfriend isn't Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez or Gwyneth Paltrow. That doesn't make her "normal".
OPINION: The idea that men think about nothing but sex is a myth, says Lee Suckling.
Q&A: "I'm starting to feel anxious about how to raise our children without the hang-ups we had."
OPINION: Why can't a woman be with a man less educated or intelligent than herself?
OPINION: "I was absolutely petrified. I thought I was hemorrhaging and bleeding to death."
Kiri Reynolds lost her home in the Christchurch earthquake. Then life got much worse but her friends wanted to help.
OPINION: Being cheated on makes us stronger, because we're otherwise too naive.
Recent celeb breakups beg the question - are men better at getting over relationships?
He says he "wants to be wanted", but so do I. So, what do we do?
'I would go to dark places', says Joshua* of his sexual behaviour, but a diagnosis doesn't exist.
Just because you can say something it doesn't mean you should.
They're finally going on a first date — in Maui.
"We got to a place where in order for this to work, this can't be fake. I'm not saying it wasn't uncomfortable because it was."
OPINION: A funny thing happens when you become single after a relationship: men long buried in your past start popping up.
Age Concern is thrilled to see more people talking about sex in rest homes.