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I want a serious relationship, but do other people?
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I want a serious relationship, but do other people?

I came out nearly a year ago (I am 29) and the process of coming to terms with my sexuality was very hard for me. I come from a very religious background and it was very hard for me to overcome the feelings of shame that I felt. I’ve had quite a lot of counselling, which was helpful although I still haven’t quite overcome all those feelings.  > to the article

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Ready when you are
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We've heard it a thousand times before ... You've got to be happy in yourself before you can be happy in a relationship. There's something intuitive about it. It sounds like sensible advice but is it really true that you can't find a fulfilling relationship until you're 100% happy with yourself?  > to the article

If I could read your mind...
Online Magazine

First dates often end up with one person being keener than the other. If you're the one who senses a real connection and some potential for a relationship, then you tend to expect the other person to be feeling the same. This can make it pretty tough when a second date doesn't materialise.  > to the article

Paula Hall
Online Magazine

Paula is a UKCP Registered Relationship Psychotherapist who is also accredited by the BACP and BASRT  > to the article

What lies ahead for us?
Online Magazine

If only we had a crystal ball and could see into the future of a new relationship ... But as we all know, life's not like that. No one has all the answers and many relationships break down. Sometimes it becomes clear within weeks that there is not enough to keep two people together, while other couples can carry on for years. There will always be differences between two people, but sometimes potential 'killer' issues can be spotted right at the beginning.  > to the article

xyz
Online Magazine

We all know how it feels to be instantly attracted to someone. When forming a relationship, that kind of instinctive response is important for most people. It's naïve to think otherwise.  > to the article

Dr Lukats
Online Magazine

We can gain valuable insights by taking a look at the patterns of our past and present relationships, whether with potential partners or with close friends and family.  > to the article

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