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Just in case you thought you were guaranteed a ki with your partner under the mistletoe, you might just want to put the smugne on ice until next Monday. The annual busiest day for couples splitti...
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None of the care, none of the responsibility.
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No, a goodnight text doesn't count.
Love blows, but the weather is good at least.
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How do you tackle a big burger or nachos?
Let's face it, internet dating isn't everyone's cup of tea. While there may be more ways to meet people than ever before, it doesn't necessarily mean everyone is comfortable with the idea of clicking and swiping for the perfect partner. So what did we do when we wanted to meet someone before the internet came along?
Dating and relationships are so hot right now. You only have to turn on your TV, radio or computer to see our constant fascination with finding love. So why then, if we have more ways to find love, are our relationships failing?
It's never easy admitting to friends and family, let alone yourself, when you are not in the most ideal relationship. Living in hope seems like the lesser evils of breaking up or staying in an unhappy place.
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There are four key questions to ask yourself.
This week's announcement from Channel 10 that Richie Strahan is the newest Bachelor has not only set hearts a-flutter but also given us yet another reason to cancel any plans and break out the popcorn. But it also leaves us asking the golden question: Is it really possible to find the love of your life on TV?