Don’t make excuses for boring men, however nice they may be.Read More
I will leave it to you to decide whether I accepted a second date because I have absolutely no self-respect, am naively romantic, or have an obsessive need to please others.Read More
I do think that there should be a certain level of respect for those who do feel able to put themselves out there [on TV] to an extent which so many of us couldn’t even comprehend.Read More
Be respectful of other cultures dating traditions.Read More
A clean break, and break up, after university is often for the best.Read More
It’s sad that the insatiable desire to be connected can often take away from the beauty of intimate real-life connections.Read More
Being in a heterosexual relationship as a bisexual woman.Read More
Let the intimacy develop over time – don’t try and rush it.Read More
When you’re constantly told you’re “useless” at something, you have no reason not to believe it.Read More
Here are some of the most anxiety-triggering aspects of a relationship - and how to best tackle them.Read More
Not everyone can mask their pain all the time, but we can certainly miss the signals if we don’t pay attention.
Food is central to life’s very existence.Read More
No matter what you look like, no one is truly 100% confident with their appearance.Read More
Five top tips for getting ready for a first date.Read More
Mental health issues present new and entirely different challenges for people with learning disabilities and developmental disorders.
However, keeping a bit of home with you, whether it be through cards, phone calls, or conversations, can ease senses of homesickness.
“In a world that revolves around the use of the internet to remain connected and updated in our society, we compromise with the loss of productive behaviour and many crucial human interactions such as our social skills.”
These experiences have taught me that once you love yourself holistically, you can face your insecurities head-on and harness the negative thoughts, transforming them into positive ones.Read More
Growing up I was a very happy-go-lucky teenager who had striking long, silky, brown hair that my mother would enjoy brushing every night. That changed whenever she noticed, at the age of 14, clumps of my hair would fall out with every stroke and even more hair was lost with every wash.Read More