The Spinoff’s in-house therapist Ms X returns after reading a concerning article about The Bachelor NZ contestant Claudia Hoskins.
In her final column for The Spinoff, in-house therapist Ms X answers the question: when do disturbing sexual fantasies become a cause for concern?
Advice columnist Ms X advises a reader who suspects she's been the unwitting subject of a secret sex tape. Plus – is being a Coldplay fan a dating dealbreaker?
Tis the season to be jolly? Oh fa-la-la-la-f**k off. If you hate Christmas, in-house therapist Ms X feels your pain and has some tips for getting through the season.
What gives people the idea that they're entitled to comment on your weight, or your appearance, or your eating habits? Our in-house therapist helps one reader deal with the endless unsolicited opinions.
When does heavy social media use become a problem? In-house therapist Ms X discusses good and bad Facebook usage, and strategies for breaking the network's vice-like hold on your day-to-day life.
Is being a super serene person a sign of good mental health – or does it mean you're a secret sociopath? In-house therapist Ms X weighs in.
Being forced to socialise with the person who broke your heart is hard enough at the best of times, says in-house counsellor Ms X – but mix in end-of-year emotion and plenty of alcohol and you've got a combustible situation.
Hello Caller: Help! How can I live peaceably with my adult children when I really, really want them gone?
In-house counsellor Ms X shares some tips on how to flat with your grown-up kids – without killing each other.