One way to turn back your relationship clock is by revisiting your first date.
- by Alix Strauss
Solitude can play strange tricks on us – like making us believe something simply because we want it to be so.
- by Elizabeth Quinn
More and more women are falling victim to dating scams that are leaving them traumatised and often destitute. Here, three women share their stories.
- by Johanna Leggatt
The truth is, we sleep worse when we share a bed. But if you are determined to make it work, there are methods for dealing with common issues, from doona hogging to snoring.
- by Sophie Aubrey
As a 12-year-old in Cairns, Marita Cheng dreamt of building a robot that would do her chores. Two decades later, the former Young Australian of the Year is turning some of that dream into a reality – but the machines she’s designing help others, not herself.
- by Greg Callaghan
In the face of uncertainty, are we having romantic epiphanies? Here, three couples share what it was like to get engaged during the pandemic.
- by Emily Algar
She has dated three of the world’s most famous leading men but has never married. Here, the iconic Diane Keaton opens up about her lucky breaks, her enduring style and why she wishes she started therapy earlier.
There was only one thought on my mind: was this woman going to date my son or adopt him?
- by Kathy Lette
Performer Rob Mills and TV presenter Georgie Tunny's relationship grew from "sober daytime dates", a shared love of sport and a respect for one another’s independence.
- by Jamila Rizvi
After almost a decade observing women and men, I believe there is a major difference between men and women’s behaviours when the roadblock of timing pops up.
- by Emily J. Brooks
Two-thirds of Australian users of dating app Bumble say their behaviours have changed, with less swiping, longer courtship periods and less importance placed on physical appearance.
- by Sophie Aubrey