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Glennon Doyle wants you to stop being grateful, thank you very much
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Divorce

Glennon Doyle wants you to stop being grateful, thank you very much

She built a devoted following and wildly successful career from her belief in the sanctity of marriage. Then, she fell in love with a woman.

  • by Julia Naughton

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Maaate: why men need to keep their friends
Analysis
Good Weekend

Maaate: why men need to keep their friends

With men suffering far greater loneliness than women, particularly in middle age, it's important they retain their male friendships.

  • by Greg Callaghan
Bloating, joint pain, fatigue? A guide to lymphatic health
Natural therapies

Bloating, joint pain, fatigue? A guide to lymphatic health

It's pegged as being the next frontier of wellness, but could a simple massage technique really be the answer to reduced inflammation and stronger immunity?

  • by Jessica Harris
How do you know you've met your soulmate?
Sex & relationships

How do you know you've met your soulmate?

As the marriage rate declines and same-sex friendships are lionised in popular culture, the idea of a soulmate who is not your spouse has gone mainstream.

  • by Natalie Reilly
Muscles may play less of a role in strength building than thought
Fitness

Muscles may play less of a role in strength building than thought

When we start to lift weights, our muscles do not strengthen and change at first, but our nervous systems do, according to a fascinating new study.

  • by Gretchen Reynolds
Drive-ins, painting and choir singalongs: how to be social in a pandemic
Coronavirus pandemic

Drive-ins, painting and choir singalongs: how to be social in a pandemic

Australians are finding innovative ways to catch up with loved ones while still social distancing and while many activities and venues remain shut.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris
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The difference between training for aesthetics and for health
Fitness

The difference between training for aesthetics and for health

The prime reason anyone should exercise is to feel better — to get stronger, fitter, healthier. As a result, you might even end up looking pretty decent too.

  • by Sam Downing
Exactly what a doctor eats to promote healthy ageing
Nutrition

Exactly what a doctor eats to promote healthy ageing

Eating really is one of the best things about being alive. Here, a healthy ageing expert reveals why meat is still on the menu but diet soda is out.

  • by Dr Kate Gregorevic
My day on a plate: Karen Martini
Food

My day on a plate: Karen Martini

The chef, writer and presenter shows how to model a joyful relationship with food throughout the day.

  • by Nicole Economos
'Until the number 10 excited!': Tiny dancers prepare for ballet return
Parenting

'Until the number 10 excited!': Tiny dancers prepare for ballet return

Parents and children alike will be revelling during school holidays in the opportunity to finally take part in activities that were previously closed.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris
Preserved flowers are back. You can thank the pandemic
Style

Preserved flowers are back. You can thank the pandemic

Dried flowers used to have a musty reputation. Now, they're the latest interior trend.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris