Relationships

Dating app stops Icelanders from sleeping with a cousin

A new dating app is hoping to stop any accidental incest from occurring amongst Iceland singles.

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Mindful separation

Divorce can be a harrowing experience but it doesn’t have to, there are ways to achieve mindful separation says one expert.

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Is Nigella Lawson the new face of domestic violence?

Is Nigella Lawson the new face of domestic violence? How much has the media spotlight, helped or hindered her sistuation.

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French woman provides breast-feeding service for gay couples

A French woman has caused quite a stir after posting an ad offering to breast-feed the babies of homosexual couples.

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Domestic violence & partner abuse

On the back of a WHO study that showed one third of all women are subjected to domestic violence, we go in search of the facts about partner abuse.

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Mid-life crisis, or just men behaving badly?

Most females believe a mid-life crisis is just an excuse for men to behave badly, a US poll has found.

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Keep quiet for a happy marriage

The secret to a long-lasting marriage is to bite your tongue, a study has found.

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UK backs three-person IVF

Three’s not a crowd when it comes to IVF techniques the UK government rules with new legislation.

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Disabled father’s bucket list inspires daughter

A father and daughter who share the same rare genetic disease are inspiring each other through their own bucket lists.

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Rites of passage

Are rites of passage still relevant today? We find out how to navigate the coming of age in the 21st century.

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Finnish babies start life in cardboard box

Children born in Finland over the last 75 years have all started their lives the same way – in a cardboard box.

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New IVF treatment could triple success rate

A new fertility treatment could dramatically improve the success rate for IVF couples.

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Red headed gene dominance could end prejudice

Scottish scientists are trying to combat bullying of red heads with an information campaign about genetic dominance.

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The blame game

Underneath blame and victimhood is fear. Emotional coach Teresa Mudgeway joins us to explain why we sometimes need to point the finger at ourselves, take responsibility for our actions and shares her antidote to playing the blame game.

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Wedding day marriages

Most people spend on average a year planning their wedding day and it can be a stressful journey from proposal to the big day. Teresa Mudgeway explains why couples should be investing as much time and money in their marriage as they do for their big day.

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1 in 2 People Offended by Swearing on First Date

Swear like a sailor? Then you’re 50 per cent more likely to be rejected a second date proposal, according to a new study. Find out what the other three biggest turn-offs are.

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Erotic fiction, good or bad?

There has been a startling increase in sales of erotic fiction online. Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer explains the benefits of reading these novels for keeping the flame alive in relationships.

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Facebook envy could be making us miserable

While we all enjoy staying connected and ‘in touch’ with loved ones, friends and even acquaintances, being exposed to their work, life and love successes on a daily basis could be making us miserable.

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Domestic and Partner Violence

Social worker with the Family Planing NSW, Tara Hunter, discusses the rise in partner violence.

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Finding intimacy

Sexologist Vanessa Muradian talks to us about the importance eliminating the idea of goal-oriented sex. She tells us how she fell into her career and how important sex is in a relationship through different stages of life.

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Til sex do us part

After her marriage began to fall apart, Dr Trina Read, sexologist and author of Till Sex Do Us Part, made it her mission to find out how you can revive your sex life long after your wedding day.

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When reconnecting is hard to do

It’s no secret that some men struggle with intimacy in their relationships. Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer gives tips for how to reconnect with your partner.

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Why women are loving ’50 Shades of Grey’

Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer talks to us about the important messages to be found in the novel ’50 Shades of Grey’ and why she believes the book speaks to the essence of female sexuality.

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Male birth control plans begin to gel

Scientists are reporting promising results with an experimental contraceptive gel for men. Using a combination of two hormones, it’s been able to lower the sperm count of males significantly.

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