Citykat on Children
Katherine Feeney They say the time for marriage reform is now. But how about the idea that we should we just abolish the Marriage Act altogether?
Katherine Feeney Survey suggests those born first stand a better chance of landing a loving, long-term relationship than their siblings.
Katherine Feeney More than 3500 single Australians were surveyed in February this year. Of them, 70 per cent said they were happy being single.
Katherine Feeney We are more mobile these days, time apart from your partner, even if it's just due to long hours at work, is the new norm. But is this good, or bad?
Katherine Feeney Shagging doesn't stop once kids arrive on the scene. It just gets a lot more challenging.
Katherine Feeney "I can't figure out why our sex has become so, well, boring."
No 'Brady Bunch'
Katherine Feeney He’s probably in his 50s. A strong man, with a military background. Married once. Married again. Two kids. One was his, the other was hers. A son. When he was 30, step-dad asked him to leave.
Katherine Feeney Did your parents have a happy marriage? If they didn't, are you screwed? Too many of us are beginning on the backfoot, and I wonder, what hope is there, if any?
Katherine Feeney “Must not have dog,” is the tagline of my single girlfriend on her online dating profile. She is determined not to strike up a relationship with anyone who has another warm-blooded significant-other...
Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.
Katherine Feeney I'm about to acquire some new parents through marriage. Thankfully, mine are lovely (hi guys!).
Katherine Feeney You trust someone enough to share your life with them ... but the more you get to know them, the less intimate you become.
Katherine Feeney Here’s what my friends have taught me:
Katherine Feeney Tony Abbott says his daughters do not plan to leave the family fold until they are married. Clearly, the decision relates to the family's proud Catholic values.
Katherine Feeney Could single-sex private-schooling set you back severely?
Katherine Feeney Will the partner of a successful woman ever really be happy about all she has achieved?
Katherine Feeney “I think he’s having an affair,” she said, despondently. “He’s been so distant lately.” But the reality was almost harder to bear.
Katherine Feeney “Prostitution, Polygamy, Incest and Bestiality. I would argue that all of them should be legal.”
Katherine Feeney Would a wife ever buy her husband a circumcision in return for a new pair of breasts?
Katherine Feeney Learning to live by accepting death.