I've still got my wedding ring from my first marriage and have since remarried. What should I do with it?
I'm always surprised that people feel they have a right to walk into any bar or any club in town as if they own the place…
I've looked at chicken nuggets before but never have I seen a packet which contains so little chicken.
You'd have thought that we would have got over our fascination with the wealthy. But we haven't.
When is hacking good, and when is it bad? The Ashley Madison leak offers a curly conundrum, writes Paul Thomas.
Shelley Bridgeman recently sold her house. The sale would not enter local folklore for the price it attracted, making her…
He's in your gym, he's in your office, he's on K'Road at Family on a Saturday night. He is the new metrosexual, writes Lee…
The Irish Exit. The strategic, covert, and abrupt moment when you're at a social gathering and decide to say goodbye to no one and slink out a side door.
My neighbour has a huge lemon tree in their garden. They never use the fruit. Is it acceptable for me to grab a few without telling them?
Last week I shared five quick circuit-breakers to use when you are feeling stressed out and overwhelmed they were: 1 Stop and breathe 2 Ask yourself: What do I want to choose to do next? 3 Pet an animal 4 …
It used to be that young women who had a lot of sex were "sluts", writes Verity Johnson. So what's changed?
Two conflicting ingredients labels on these doughnuts leaves a bad taste in Wendyl Nissen's mouth.
If you've ever used it - or you're worried your spouse might have - read on for our advice on dealing with this most intimate of criminal hacks.
Abuse is possible anywhere, so learn the warning signals and be honest with yourself and your loved ones. Here's what you should be watching out for.
There are few traditions more likely to put me off an event than a request to bring a plate, writes Shelley Bridgeman.
My labour and birth didn't go according to plan and I've always felt cheated for having to have a C-section, admits Rhonwyn Newson.
The end of a loving relationship is akin to coming off an addictive drug, and male and female coping mechanisms do often appear to follow slightly different paths, explains Jill Goldson.
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