Katherine Feeney 12:01am Does absence really make the heart grow fonder?
SHELLY HORTON 7:22am When it comes to one of the best jobs in the world ''NSW Chief Funster'' certainly fits the bill.
Katherine Feeney If a woman were more aware of her own arousal, would she be more readily aroused? Would it alter her sense of her own sexuality? And how would it impact on the people around her?
MEGAN LEVY Imagine being involved in a nasty car crash, and waking up in hospital to find yourself talking with a foreign-sounding accent.
SARAH BERRY Chaos, laughter and a bit more freedom may be the key to boosting your child's creativity.
Damon Young Back when I was a virgin, I remember thinking that sexual innuendoes were hilarious -- particularly about others' bodies.
Melissa Shedden It might be regarded as the ultimate First World problem, but science may support the existence of a 21st-century malaise, FoMO - fear of missing out.
JILL STARK Psychologists say it's vital children are taught to face harsh realities.
SARAH BERRY Andrew Harvey isn't your garden variety guru or religious scholar. He doesn't believe in gurus, "bliss bunnies" or "junkies of ecstasy".
Amy Wisemantel Author Holly Hill believes 'negotiated fidelity' could be the way to a long and happy marriage.
MJ Angel Australians are rated as one of the most pet-loving counties in the world with 63 per cent of households owning a pet.
Jessica Montague One American psychiatrist believes so, even in the face of so many success stories.
Katherine Feeney “I’ve booked in for a facial”.
Cassy Small Everest was first conquered only 60 years ago and today it's on the bucket list for any thrill-seeking CEO or corporate fundraiser. With lengthy queues a result of the commercialism of Everest, what should be next on the extreme to-do list?
Melissa Shedden We are all guilty of it. Even the die-hard workaholics. When work (and life's) stresses become overwhelming, we take a day off.
MJ Angel We've all been there... that moment when your partner did something so embarrassing you prayed the ground would open up and swallow you whole!
Emma Macdonald, Lara O'toole Idea that teenagers are lost to their families once they log on to computers is challenged.
Sandy Smith Do you tell your daughter how beautiful she looks in her new party dress or how handsome your son is in his favourite super hero outfit? You had better stop says the UK’s women’s minister, Jo Swinson, who thinks parents who tell their children they look beautiful risk sending the message that looks are the most important thing for success in life.
Helen Pitt Let go of your anger, organise yourself and say 'thanks' and 'sorry'.
MELISSA DAVEY Silence enshrouds the concept of loss, doing us more harm than good.
Airdre Grant Grieving is hard. But it's harder when those closest to you stay away because they don't know what to say or do. Airdre Grant found solace from an unlikely source.
Mario Vittone The 'instinctive drowning response' involves very little splashing, no waving, and no yelling or calls for help of any kind.
Katherine Feeney Why givers are grinners in the love and sex stakes.
Matty Silver Performance anxiety is one of the main sexual and emotional problems men experience.
Damon Young Why this throwaway phrase smells of old beer and ought to be locked up.
Katherine Feeney Non-monogamy: A trendy phase to pass, or something more substantial?
Amy Gray The stereotype is that men want more sex than women do - but what happens when it's the other way around?
MJ Angel So what do you do if you find out that a friend is being cheated on?
SARAH BERRY Michael Douglas believes performing oral sex caused his throat cancer. Could it be true?