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
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
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
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