couple issues


Bringing Back Intimacy | The House of Wellness

One of the most common questions I get asked is how you bring the spark back in a relationship, so I was thrilled to be able to do this as a segment topic on The House of Wellness. Everyone is looking for a quick fix, a toy or a move that is going to be the answer. But often it’s what happens outside of the bedroom that can really make a difference. Make sure you check out the segment to find out more.

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So the person you’re casually dating is going to Europe. Now what?

Let’s be real – there’s nothing quite like the feeling of finding a semi-normal person you don’t hate to hang out with. Except when said person has a pre-booked Europe trip you hadn’t factored into your plans… after just a few days/weeks/months together. For the person left behind, it’s bloody bleak. While they’re off gallivanting around getting a whole lot more than an A grade tan, you’re in the foetal position wearing stale pyjamas refreshing Snapchat every 30 seconds, wondering where the hell you stand and if you’re… together? Rather than torturing yourself with thoughts of what (or who) they’re doing, heed this expert advice to sort sh*t out before they set sail. Having ‘the talk’ According to Sexologist and Relationship Expert, Dr Nikki Goldstein, you might actually be doing yourself a solid by having this incredibly awkward and soul destroying conversation now rather than later. “So many people are wondering, ‘How do…

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Should You Be Friends With Your Partner On Social Media?

We’ve all heard of the ‘should you be friends with your ex on social media’ debate. It’s a risky decision — there might be photos of a new flame, posts about single life or the dreaded relationship status change. But what we don’t hear that much about is whether or not it’s a good idea to befriend your current other half in the digital world. You might think — why not? Afterall, social media is a part of everyday life. But it turns out there’s a split debate and it may be worth thinking twice before accepting a friend request from your significant other. According to Dr Nikki Goldstein, sexologist, relationship expert and author of Single But Dating, it takes time for a sense of security to develop, which means if you’re new into a relationship, avoid merging your virtual worlds. “If it’s a new relationship, you need to get…

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