Citykat on Relationships
Katherine Feeney When it comes to finding someone to love, why are we hiding behind our machines? And is this cowardly, or clever? Have we evolved, or devolved, socially speaking?
Katherine Feeney Why are we less in love with the idea of older women loving younger men?
Katherine Feeney Binding financial agreements should be made a mandatory aspect of monogamy.
Katherine Feeney What stage in a relationship is the best one for sex – pre-dating, post-dating or only after marriage?
Katherine Feeney I don’t envy any woman over 55 looking for love in Australia right now.
Katherine Feeney A new year, a new you - but where do you draw the line? And should we judge the choices of others?
Katherine Feeney When it comes to love, should anything less than ticking all the boxes suffice?
Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.
Katherine Feeney Is the concept of 'deserving better' a myth?
Katherine Feeney What are the pitfalls of picking up pissed? And will drunk daters ever really find love?
Katherine Feeney The price of weddings has gone up. Again. Now, a survey by a national bridal magazine shows, Aussies will spend upwards of $54,000 on their nuptials.
Katherine Feeney How long should you be with someone before you pack up and move for them?
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 Not quite swinging, not quite cheating. Sanctioned affairs have emerged as a way of ensuring the longevity of a marriage while essentially rewriting the rules.
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 So you’re single. Whose fault is that really?
Katherine Feeney “If you and your girlfriend have to go to relationships counselling, clearly you’re in the wrong relationship.”
Katherine Feeney Your lover's best mate is the same sex as you. Should you be threatened by this relationship?