Citykat on Work

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Does absence really make the heart grow fonder?

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?

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Are you a better lover if you abstain from masturbation?

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Katherine Feeney Perhaps there’s merit to this seemingly mad idea that your bedroom performance may be significantly improved were you to avoid any self-inflicted pleasure-making.

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Exercising everything but restraint

Mistresses, married women and early-morning workouts

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Katherine Feeney People haven't stopped having affairs, they're just having them first thing in the morning at the gym or at boot camp.

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Sacrificing love for money

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Katherine Feeney All the striving for material success leaves little room for what really matters, writes Katherine Feeney.

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Fantasies fulfilled, one night at a time

Sex Myths -busted.

Kathernine Feeney “One-night stands are the best way to live out your sexual fantasies.”

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What we learn from our parents' relationship

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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?

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New year, new boobs

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Katherine Feeney A new year, a new you - but where do you draw the line? And should we judge the choices of others?

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How CityKat and its glorious contributors saw 2013

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Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.

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'I think he enjoyed sex better with his ex'

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Katherine Feeney A heart to heart with a friend brought out the myriad insecurities that many women face.

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When you can't talk to the opposite sex without booze

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Katherine Feeney What are the pitfalls of picking up pissed? And will drunk daters ever really find love?

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Demanding in-laws: where do you draw the line?

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Katherine Feeney I'm about to acquire some new parents through marriage. Thankfully, mine are lovely (hi guys!).

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'Til death do us part (with cash)

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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.

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When a boys' trip generates two versions of events

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Katherine Feeney Self-censorship on Facebook is a tricky business. A damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don’t predicament.

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Relocating relationships

Are you in the move for love?

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Katherine Feeney How long should you be with someone before you pack up and move for them?

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Why don't we talk about sex any more?

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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.

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Making Mr Right

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Katherine Feeney Can you change a man? And if you can, should you?

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Does the school you went to affect your adult love life?

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Katherine Feeney Could single-sex private-schooling set you back severely?

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Behind every great woman stands an unhappy man

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Katherine Feeney Will the partner of a successful woman ever really be happy about all she has achieved?

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Male anorexia

Recognising anorexia in your significant other

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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.

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We can work it out ... with help

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Katherine Feeney “If you and your girlfriend have to go to relationships counselling, clearly you’re in the wrong relationship.”

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