This is a story about a deep and enduring connection made after many years of being alone, writes Tanya Waterworth.
Nothing is easy but it doesn’t mean we can’t aim for Bel Mooney's (inevitably simplified) ten-point plan for a decent divorce.
At times of stress in a marriage, women are likely to head to the kitchen and men to the bedroom.
Divorce may be triggering eating disorders in middle-aged women.
I was acutely aware that somewhere between the school run and ballet classes, we’d lost our romantic connection.
Growing apart has now officially overtaken infidelity as the main cause of family breakdown and the tragedy is that it is often utterly avoidable.
In The Affair, authors Sue Hickey and Philippa Sklaar profile the various types of cheaters. Marchelle Abrahams finds out more.
The secret to a sizzling sex life is not about technique or position.
Thinking of tying the knot on February 14? The Institute for the Study of Labour has published findings that may curb your enthusiasm.
Wedding season is almost upon us, writes Omeshnie Naidoo, who chatted to an expert about the latest trends.
Couples are having less sex because they watch more TV on iPads and laptops in bed.
Married couples who watch pornography almost double their risk of divorce
What happens when you don't like your friend's partner?
Planning your big day shouldn't be a fuss.