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How to survive the holiday small talk of your love life

Ashley Crouch | 04 December 2012

The holidays can be fraught with stresses, but nosy family members shouldn’t be one of them. At the very least, you can tell them to stuff it and go back to enjoying your turkey!


Is being single silly - a reader response

Bernadette Supan | 08 May 2011
As Tamara noted, you need to be strong and able to stand by yourself before you enter a relationship. Agree – but only partially.
 
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