Raising your son to be a ‘big, strong man’ can do more harm than good
Dear Richard: 'I’ve been having an affair, and I think I’m falling in love – is it time to tell my wife?'
As The Telegraph's Agony Uncle, I weigh in on your dilemmas – the good, the bad and the ugly
Not all men pushing 60 look like Brad Pitt but looks aren't everything
Our reader's husband is a hopeless chef but won't be dissuaded. She asks The Midults how to get him to stop inflicting his cooking on her
As Sir Peregrine Worsthorne, a former editor of The Sunday Telegraph, dies aged 96, a colleague remembers him
While she has become one of the most famous women in the world, his shine has faded
Video dating and physical isolation have made me value human interaction more than ever before in my life
John Stapleton on 35 years of Watchdog and his late wife Lynn Faulds Wood: ‘We were the first TV couple’
John Stapleton, 74, on presenting the pioneering consumer programme with his wife, Lynn Faulds Wood, who died earlier this year
How did a quick embrace make history? Colonel Garry Hearn OBE tells Lucy Dunn about a 38-year-old photo that took on a life of its own
The Dominic Cummings affair is but the latest issue causing unexpected new fractures in friendships during lockdown
The newspaper editor is happier - and cooler - than ever in midlife. But what are the other hallmarks of the new girlfriend makeover?
As Professor Neil Ferguson's resigns after meeting his lover, Tova Leigh discusses her own unique marital arrangement
Neil Lyndon's wife is nearly 20 years younger than him - so what happens if he is told to carry on self-isolate and she isn't?
How do you find a partner to hunker down with when everyone is self-isolating?
Television should hold a mirror up to society, says the actress, who hasn’t shied away from warts-and-all sex scenes in new drama, 'Penance'
Although science says we are less likely to listen to our loved ones, there are ways to increase mutual understanding, writes Linda Blair
When is it too late to mention to your partner that they've never given you an orgasm? The Midults have the answer
It's supposed to be an alternative to Valentine's day - a time to honour female friendship. But do we really need that?
Rather than starting illicit new romances, the Relish app promises to rekindle your existing one. But can it work for midlifers?
Mark Rofe wasn't having much luck on dating apps, so he decided to create a billboard instead