A new study has found that women can gain an inkling of how faithful a potential mate is just by looking at his face.
If you want to avoid making your spouse jealous avoid sharing a meal with an ex-partner, reveals a new study by an American University.
'Coupledom' is the lovely sister of grouping, and is a natural craving for most humans.
‘I’m ready to get back out there’ - I seriously thought I’d never feel this way again.
A decade-long drop in the number of both marriages and divorces shows no sign of abating.
Telephone counselling service LifeLine is concerned by a sudden spike in people calling to discuss relationship and marriage problems.
First impressions matter, but so do second chances - dating expert Sasha Madarasz explains why.
Can anything support everything? No. Something always gives. There is always sacrifice. Sasha Madarasz explains how a modern woman can do it all.
Getting what you want takes effort - why you should make time for a date and give romance the opportunity to blossom.
Dating and relationship expert Sasha Madarasz on why you shouldn't expect perfection on a first date.
Dating relationship Sasha Madarasz on why sometimes you should sweat the small stuff.
Kiwis who are widowed, have paid off their mortgage or are living with no children, all have one thing in common; they’re happier than others.
When it comes to dating, first impressions can make or break that first encounter - so gentlemen, make sure you get it right.
Wedding season is upon us! This article is a brief overview of how to avoid being a terrible guest.
Are you a tattooed, smoking, coke-swilling, meat-eating, Mac-hating, National voting, Christian female from Auckland?
Dating expert Sasha Madarasz on first date etiquette.
Hundreds of thousands of revellers rejoiced at New York's new law giving gay couples the same marital rights as everyone else.
Single men in their 40s are suffering from “hotness delusion syndrome” due to all the female attention the get.
Your sweetheart or your pet. Who would you choose to dump if one had to go?
New research suggests long relationships, not necessarily marriage, are key to good health.
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