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Why Unrequited Love Is Actually Good For You

Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past, though infamously long and difficult to get through, is…

Dating In Your 50s- Open Marriages, Man-children and Men with Big Fish

If you’ve been out there on the dating scene for many years, you’ve had a…

When You’re in a ‘Situationship’ — But You Want More, By Clinical Psychologist Karen Nimmo

The relationship that’s not quite a relationship.

How To Deal With Feeling Like You’ve Missed Out On Something Important

There are plenty of things to miss about life outside lockdown, before the pandemic made proximity poisonous. Saying…

Are Psychedelics The Future Of Mental Health Care? One Vogue Writer Conducts A Personal Investigation

At seven o’clock on a recent evening, I dim the bedroom lights, call out a…

You’ve Heard Of Ghosting, But Have You Heard Of Roaching?

Dating is a minefield at the best of times, but this has only been amplified…

As divorce rates soar, one woman reveals what it was like to start proceedings in the middle of lockdown

In order to avoid just asking him to leave, my lawyer and I have been constructing a concrete plan we can offer my husband, which will enable us to live apart as we undertake the process of separating our lives properly

5 ways your brain is sabotaging your heartbreak recovery (and how to speed up the process of moving on)

Your situation might feel uniquely painful to you (and it is) but I promise you the extraordinary, illogical behaviour is pretty much universal.