What to do if you think your partner is seeing someone else 2 min read
Q: I think my partner may be seeing someone . . .
What to do when you have different sex drives 4 min read
When it comes to solving the problem of having different sex drives without either party feeling rejected or used, there is a rather surprising and countercultural solution.
Unseen heroes: How abused mothers are protecting their children 2 min read
Mothers in domestic violence situations are often perceived as being unable to adequately protect their children. This study upends all of that.
What to do when you don't agree with your partner's parenting 6 min read
At some point, every couple will disagree on how they should be raising their children. But if we can manage our disputes in a constructive way, they can actually serve to strengthen our marriage and clarify our approach to parenting....
8 healthy ways to fight with your partner without traumatising your children 7 min read
Families fight. That’s not a weakness but rather a reality of human beings living together. The difference is in how we fight.
🎥 Postpartum sex: Advice, fears and tips for sex after birth 1 min read
Sex after birth can be intimidating if you're not ready and depends not only on your body but emotions too. Dr Peter Wood, obstetrician and gynaecologist, discusses how long you should wait, along with practical tips and advice for postpartum...
What to do to help your ageing parents 5 min read
From a hand on an elbow going up and down the stairs, to a ramp or an inclinator, takes how long?
Learning this as a newlywed saved my marriage 3 min read
"As a 23-year-old woman, I’d never thought of marriage in those terms—but I soon discovered that he was right."
Here's why the Swedish know what shared parenting really means 5 min read
This model of the nuclear family, with one parent at home, is a relatively recent phenomenon.
Let's allow men to be dads 3 min read
On first inspection, it looks like things are moving in the right direction. Most dads in Australia—about 80 per cent, in fact—do take time away from work when their child is born.