Citykat on Divorce
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 Binding financial agreements should be made a mandatory aspect of monogamy.
Katherine Feeney I don’t envy any woman over 55 looking for love in Australia right now.
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 So you’re single. Whose fault is that really?
Katherine Feeney Should you discuss divorce before saying 'I Do'?
Katherine Feeney What happens when you find yourself wishing you were single again?
Katherine Feeney If you're looking for The One, you need to take care of No 1.
Katherine Feeney Do smart phones and the internet help or hinder relationships?
Katherine Feeney Mind the gap: Finding the perfect age difference.
Katherine Feeney Here we are again. Six years of sex, love, dating and relationships. Not bad team. Not bad at all. And my, haven’t we done a lot this year? Following is a re-cap, including my favourite ...
Katherine Feeney On boy wonders, lonely bachelors and whether marriage makes you happy.
Katherine Feeney Selling divorce to the untrusting men market
Katherine Feeney Joint bank accounts can do more to divide than unite couples.
Katherine Feeney Divorce is too easy and it's changing how we conceptualise relationships.
Katherine Feeney Remember in high school (or primary school for you ‘early bloomers’) when you finally plucked up the courage to ask, “will you be my ___friend?”
Katherine Feeney Divorce parties - a celebration of life or just bad taste?