Do more wedding guests make for a happier couple?

Katherine Feeney 2:00 PM   So it seems Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman weren't invited to their daughter's wedding.

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Post sex sadness is a thing, but it's different for men and women

Post sex sadness: more common than you know.

Sarah Berry   She had been married for 20 years but after sex she would would go and spend time by herself so her husband didn't see her crying.

Facebook cheater wants to win girlfriend back

Matty Stevens has spoken out after a picture of him cheating on his girlfriend went viral.

"It may take one year, it may take five years, but I won’t stop.”

Why you are creative and should have the audacity to dream

Dream big magic: If you are alive, you are creative.

Sarah Berry   Some of the most brilliant, talented people I know are creatively constipated.

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What if the virgin wanting a baby was male?

Fathers struggle to be put on the same pedestal as mothers.

Katherine Feeney   If virgin women can become mothers through IVF, maybe we're ready for another miracle -- genuinely equality for men in the parenting debate.

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Why an affair can be good for your career

Career boost? The benefits of an affair.

Rowan Pelling   Flashing a hint of cami-knickers isn't always good for your career.

Ten charts show the difference in what men and women want from each other

Stereotypes confirmed: Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby and Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan in <i>The Great Gatsby</i>.

Inga Ting   Men want beautiful women. Women want men with money. And that stereotype holds true whether we're rich or poor, young or old, more or less educated or think of ourselves as attractive or not, according to new research.

5 lessons learnt from celebrity lifestyle websites

Blake Lively's <i>Preserve</i> will shut up shop on October 9.

Mary Ward   With the news that Blake Lively has shut down her – often high in price point and bizarre in catalogue – lifestyle website, Preserve, many celebrities who aspired to one day run their own online collections of unnecessary things are probably struggling with some questions.

Sleeping well takes on a whole new meaning

Sleeping your way to well.

Sarah Berry   Sleeping boosts our body's memory so it can recognise bad bacteria, study shows

Our brain connections mirror positive traits, new study finds

Happy and satisfied: nature or nurture?

Sarah Berry   A fascinating new study is starting to unravel how the brain wires together and 'maps' how the processes relate to behaviour and traits.

Father of the bride stops wedding to include bride's stepfather

Todd Bachman thought his daughter's step-father should be part of the ceremony.

If you don't like crying at your desk in front of your colleagues, please consider this one NSFW.

Why do people have affairs?

Affairs are usually about a lot more than just sex.

Matty Silver   Now we've learned to talk about sex, we need to open up to the reasons behind infidelity, too.

Virgins give birth thanks to IVF treatment

Virgin conception: a distorted message?

Laura Donnelly   Dozens of young women have had virgin births after undergoing IVF in Britain, it has been reported.

Woman's revenge on 'cheating husband' served with a sign

Scorned: broken hearts sometime seeks public revenge.

Woman pays hundreds of pounds for billboard message to cheating husband.

Together apart: rich in love and circumstance?

Living together: for love or money?

Katherine Feeney   Society should not condemn couples who by choice or force of circumstances have a relationship but live apart.

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About last night: How can I cope now my lover has left me?

Scorned: broken hearts sometime seeks public revenge.

Maureen Matthews   Why is breaking up so hard to do?

About last night: How do I tell my kids about the birds and the bees?

Maureen Matthews: Be prepared for "talkable" moments with your children.

Maureen Matthews   As parents, why do we find discussing sex so challenging?

Recipe for ruin

'So jaw-droppingly wrong': Elite Daily essay about saving in your 20s goes viral


Marissa Calligeros   A call to young people to live like there's no tomorrow has gone viral, but experts warn it could come back to haunt those who follow its advice.

Will Sam and Snez go the distance?

Melbourne's Sam Wood and new love, Perth-based Snezana Markoski (in Sydney, go figure).

Mary Ward   He's from Melbourne and she's from Perth.

Doctors baffled as to why some brains become haunted

Pam Tusiani died in 2001 at age 23 from a severe reaction to an antidepressant prescribed for her borderline personality disorder.

Aleszu Bajak   "I hate myself, and my brain," Pam Tusiani wrote in her journal while under 24-hour watch on the fourth-floor psychiatric ward of Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital. "Nothing is worse than this disease."