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THOUGHT FOR THURSDAY: Is marriage always right?

Posted March 31st 2011, by Rosie Ifould

Rosie Ifould explains why she was in favour of an unmarried political leader

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The ‘click’ factor

Posted January 25th 2011

Is chemistry something we have to wait for — or something we can create? Rosie Ifould investigates

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What could you learn from a sex class?

Posted January 11th 2011

Why are so many smart, older women attending sex classes? Don’t we know it all already? No, sex educator Midori tells Laura Bond, we’ve still got a lot to learn

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Men, money and marriage

Posted January 5th 2011

Will your relationship cope with you as breadwinner? Erin Kelly sheds light on our hidden expectations of men, money and marriage

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A nose for romance

Posted December 15th 2010, by David Servan-Schreiber

The old saying ‘love is blind’ may be true. It is animalistic factors such as communication, touch and smell that determine how attractive we find our partners, says David Servan-Schreiber

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Love and money – why does it cause such heartache?

Posted December 13th 2010, by Anita Chaudhuri

Having previously tackled the mars-venus gender divide, and then pornography, the Psychologies/Tavistock Centre debate series saved the really tricky topic for last — money. Event chair, Professor Brett Kahr got the ball rolling with a thought-provoking quote from Sigmund Freud (who else?). ‘Money has never made anybody happy, because money was never an infantile wish.’ […]

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