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How much is too much? Sharing your new relationship on social media

Social media is now a key part of any new relationship. It allows you to stay in contact with your partner, organize events and catch-ups, post pictures and express thoughts and feelings towards each other. It should be a vehicle that enhances your relationship and brings you closer - but... Read more »

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Stay Smart Online Week 2015

This week is Stay Smart Online Week - an Australian Government initiative designed to help Australians learn about the simple steps they can take to protect their personal and financial information online. As a proud partner, RSVP is again helping to spread key safety and security messages this year. Read more »


How to maintain your independence now you're a couple?

One of the easiest mistakes you can make when you fall in love is to merge at the hip with your new partner and lose your own sense of identity - to give up your sense of independence and separateness and make your new partner the center of your world. It's a fatal approach that... Read more »

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Is comparing your relationship (to other people's) healthy?

When couples come in and see me on a daily basis I give them practical strategies to break old patterns and create new habits. Over time, they start to see changes and their happiness increases. As they do this, they often begin to compare their new relationship with others. Read more »

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5 Tips for relationship success

When starting out on your dating journey, most of your focus is likely to be on how to make a great first impression and on finding someone who is compatible and has lots of chemistry with you. And while this is a very important part of the process, it's also... Read more »

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How to Beat Those Little Excuses That Can Sabotage Your Health, Fitness & Relationship Success

Put a stop to self-sabotage, and identify these five common self-sabotaging phrases that could be pushing your health and relationship goals against the ropes. Read more »

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Not looking for 'The One'

Online dating is not about looking for 'The One', expecting to be swept away by the man on the white charger, or stumbling across the perfect princess who awakens to your kiss. You're much more likely to find a good friend who's... Read more »

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10 topics NOT to discuss on a first date

So you've met someone online and there's a chemistry between you both, plenty of flirting and the back and forth banter flows easily. You agree to meet up for a first date at your... Read more »

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How to break the ice without using cheesy pick up lines

It's one of the key moments in any dating experience: the opening line. For some, breaking the ice comes very naturally and the whole process can be fun and flirtatious. For others it can be quite daunting and scary. Read more »

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7 signs you're ready for a relationship

One of the biggest questions you can ask yourself before you jump online and start dating is "Am I actually ready for a relationship?" Even though you may be single, it doesn't necessarily mean that you want a long-term relationship or that you┬┐re emotionally available to settle down. Read more »

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