Extramarital affairs and infidelity are devastating enough. But what happens when a child is born?
There's one thing you can be certain of when starting a family: you’re about to be inundated with advice. Here's how to deal with those unwanted opinions of others.
Having a baby on my own made me realise I don't need to worry about what men think, writes Julie Kohler.
A survey has found more than 90 per cent of mums admit to feeling lonely since having children, and many of us suffer in silence rather than talk about it.
For most passengers, a ride on the Frankston line is something they would prefer not to remember. For one young couple, it is a trip they will never forget.
Being upstaged on your wedding day is a grim thought that crosses many a bride's mind during the planning process.
The partners of men caught with child abuse material get little support, and are often shamed as if they committed the crime themselves.
There are the friends you grow up with, the people who know you inside and out, who know your flaws, your secrets, your talents and your failures. Katie was one of my tribe.
"Platonic parenting" involves two or more people who join forces for the sole reason of having and raising a child.
Recent research shows that as many as 70 per cent of US adults believe women should take their husband's surname.
A dad who battled testicular cancer has shared a photo of himself and offered some wise words for others.
Aussie blogger Sophia Cachia, AKA The Young Mummy, has taken to social media to issue a plea to dads: "Take the photo. Take the god damn photo."
Drew Barrymore says she is still recovering from her "worst nightmare" after splitting from her third husband Will Kopelman last year.