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    This dating trend will remind you how fun it is to be single

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People

“The one piece of advice from my mum that changed how I date forever”

“She planted the seed for a resilience that’s served me well.”

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Jessica Furseth
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Life

Whelming is the narcissistic dating trend we love to hate

Getting the feeling your disposable? Maybe your potential date is ‘whelming’ you.

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Megan Murray
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Life

5 ways the new 'Emma' film relates to modern dating

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Conflict resolution
Life

This is the healthiest way to resolve an argument in your relationship

Turns out “kiss and make up” could actually be the secret to all of our problems.

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Lauren Geall
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Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
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Why are so many millennial couples in therapy?

Stylist speaks to the women who’ve been through relationship counselling.

Mindful dating
Life

Doing this every day will have a hugely positive impact on your relationship

Use these four easy steps to change the way you communicate with your partner, for the better.

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Megan Murray
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Emily Atack
People

Emily Atack just nailed the big problem with the way society talks about single women

Newsflash: some women actually choose – and enjoy – the single life.

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Lauren Geall
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Long Reads

Why being ghosted is so painful, even if you barely know the person

Have you been ghosted by a date? Don’t beat yourself up over it – read this advice instead.

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Tiffany Philippou
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People

Lena Dunham just showed she’s not afraid of clichés about single women

She was walking to the refrigerator at 3am in her mustard-stained nightgown, carrying an armload of cats.

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Jessica Rapana
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Life

Man caught cheating on kiss cam finds way to blame women everywhere

His response has been met with ridicule online, with the likes of Nickelback wading in to have their say.

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Jessica Rapana
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Life

How to safeguard your mental health on dating apps

Love is a battlefield. Protect your mental health when dating with Scarlett Curtis' tried-and-tested tips.

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Scarlett Curtis
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Hannah-Rose Yee
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There’s a scientific explanation behind all your bad (and good) relationship habits

Feel like you’re repeating yourself in each new partnership? Well, there’s a reason for that.

Life

This is what commitment looks like, according to a comedian

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Life

Arm yourself: all the dating trends you need to know for 2020

“I’ve been glamboozled.”

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Jessica Rapana
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Jessie J
People

Jessie J’s self-care advice is a vital read for anyone nursing a broken heart

“Walk away from people or situations that trigger parts of you that are unhealthy,” advises Jessie J.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Sharon Stone
People

Sharon Stone was blocked by the dating app Bumble, and the reaction on Twitter was immense

Bumble users were convinced her profile couldn't be the real Sharon Stone.

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Anna Brech
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Life

Time to break up? Here’s 4 surefire signs you’re dating the wrong person

Forget finding The One – spotting Not-The-Ones is a much more valuable skill, says Nell Frizzell.

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Nell Frizzell
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Life

This is the day of the year you’re most likely to download a dating app

‘Dating Sunday’ is fast approaching.

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Natalie Cornish
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Megan Murray
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First it was ghosting, now we're being glamboozled. What is this latest dating trend?

All dressed up with nowhere to go?

Is cuffing season a thing?
Opinion

“It’s winter and I’m single – where did all my coupled-up friends go?”

The effects of so-called “cuffing season” are real.

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Hollie Richardson
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