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How is it possible to hate someone you actually love so much?
A new TEDx video sums up the research of Bella DePaulo, a social psychologist who has been chipping away at the many myths surrounding marriage.
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A recent survey of 4,274 Australians aged 16 to 45 found that 23 per cent reported having been a victim of image-based abuse.
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Conventional wisdom goes that couples must have common interests to be happy. But what if the conventional wisdom is wrong?
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A new study says who we date is largely based on our own desirability and where we live.