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Dealing With LGBTIQ+ Discrimination in Your Relationships
Discrimination is a terrible thing to experience, especially if it’s coming from your friends or family. Here’s how to deal with LGBTIQ+ discrimination in your...
Finding Ways to Deal With Holiday Stress This Easter
Whether you associate the Easter long weekend with enjoyable family time and Easter eggs, or high expectations and sugar crashes, you can learn to navigate...
Are You Questioning Your Sexuality?
While questioning your sexuality can be stressful, it can also be affirming and fun. Here’s how to make the process a little easier, and how...
How To Find An LGBTIQ-Inclusive Counselling Service
Looking for LGBTIQ-friendly counselling or other inclusive mental health services? Here’s a helpful guide on how and where to start your search. Up to 11...
Celebrate Cultural Diversity This Harmony Week
Harmony Week, formerly known as Harmony Day, is a week to celebrate the importance and strength of Australia’s multiculturalism. Here are some ways to get...
How to be a true ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
This 26 January – and beyond – spend some time reflecting on how you can be a good ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
How to do a ‘relationship reset’ this new year
While you can work on your relationships at any time, the new year is a great opportunity to reset and renew. Many of us re-evaluate...
Managing family dynamics at Christmas
The holiday season can bring with it connection and joy – but also family challenges. Here, we put forward some tips to help you manage family dynamics over the...
Kids putting pressure on your relationship? Here’s how to reconnect with your partner
Amongst the endless to-do lists, it can be difficult to focus on supporting a relationship as well as young children. Here are seven tips to...
Can a relationship survive if you disagree about having children?
Discussing the desire to start a family can be a difficult and fraught conversation at the best of times. With shifting timelines, study, career and...
The role of relationships in mental health resilience
We’re often, and rightfully, reminded that strong, resilient mental health is core to our wellness, happiness, and success in life. What we may not see so much,...
Should I get a divorce? How to tell if your marriage is over
Divorce is often an overwhelming and complicated space to navigate. Understanding whether your relationship can be recovered or beyond repair, is crucial for making the...
Codependency: Have you developed an unhealthy relationship dynamic?
Unhealthy relationships don’t just happen overnight – they build up over time. While no relationship is always going to be 50/50, if you’re experiencing a...
How to support your children in their post-lockdown return to school
Starting to think about your kids returning to school post-lockdown? We’ve put together some info to help make things a little easier for everyone. The...
Should you try a ‘sleep divorce’ from your partner?
The studies are unanimous: almost a third of Australians aren’t getting enough sleep. But is sleeping in a separate bed the solution? Our CEO Elisabeth...
It’s men’s health week, but it’s still mostly women who take care of it.
It’s Men’s Health Week and it is true enough that there are significant health issues to be addressed. The biggest risk seems to be that...
The best and worst ways to address infidelity
It’s estimated 70 percent of marriages experience an affair. While common, it’s no less painful for those it’s happening to. We share how best to...
8 signs your relationship is over
All relationships have their ups and downs, and being in a relationship takes work from time to time. But what happens when the relationship is...
How to check if you’re in a toxic relationship
Does your relationship add or detract from your overall happiness and self-esteem? Clinical psychologist and our CEO Elisabeth Shaw shares some of the warning signs...
Is It Ever a Good Idea To Rekindle Your First Love
Our first love can either be a distant memory from our past, or something we compare all future relationships against. But is revisiting your first...
How To Recover and Heal From a Cheating Ex
Breakups are never easy — especially when cheating is involved. We share some tips for combatting thought cycles of blame, grieving the relationship, and moving...
Finding a Meaningful Connection on Dating Apps
Looking for love is challenging enough – let alone with the added challenges COVID-19 has brought with it. As restrictions continue to ease, taking a...
10 ways to make your relationship ‘financially intelligent’
Money and discussions about money can be some of the biggest stresses that couples experience. With the extra uncertainty of the pandemic, people across all...
How To Spot a Cheater In The First Three Dates
Most of us want a trustworthy and committed partner who will be loving, honest and will stay with us through thick and thin. But the...
How To Turn Common Relationship Problems Around
No matter how much we love our partner and how much history we share, it’s normal to face a few hurdles in a relationship. We’ve...
Surviving being single in a couple obsessed world
The fairy tale goes like this. Boy meets girl, they fall deeply in love, have an exquisite wedding, give birth to beautiful children, and live happily...
Gaslighting behaviour – what’s healthy and what’s not?
Gaslighting: You may not even know that you’ve been a victim of it. These subtle gaslighting behaviours erode confidence and create greater vulnerability and dependency...
Tips for navigating parenting in an online world
Our many devices, necessary for work and family life, are often hard to put down. While the online world has opened up valuable and essential ways...
Balancing The ‘Mental Load’ In a Relationship
If there’s an imbalance in domestic obligations in your relationship, you may be carrying the ‘mental load’. Clinical psychologist Elisabeth Shaw reveals how to find...
Why ‘no’ is so complicated
At school, being pursued socially is a badge of honour and a source of envy, as it still determines your social worth. CEO of Relationships...
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