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  • PositiveAura
    replied to Sexless relationship at 25
    Hi @boomshakeshakeshake,

    Thanks for posting and being open about this, some people can be embarrassed to talk about their sex lives when they have been with someone for a long time. But it is so common, people get busy, comfortable and all kinds of things.

    The most important thing to do is keep that line of communication open, let them know that you still desire them, love...
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    Last edited by PositiveAura; 06-12-2017, 10:19 PM.

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  • Love this Lucy307 I think this definitely sums it up.


    Here's a post all about self-love here on The Mix. It talks about the Summer of Self-Love, but we need it for all seasons, especially now to fight those winter blues:

    http://www.themix.org.uk/news-and-re...r-of-self-love


    And there's also some tips on this next link to help...
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  • PositiveAura
    replied to Friendship Issues
    That sounds very positive Elipem

    I'm glad that we've been able to shed some light on things and that talking about it has seemed to help.

    It can be hard to remember that going out with friends should be fun and enjoyable...but doing these activities can help. You could even try suggesting doing something that you love doing, then you'll know you're going to enjoy it and...
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  • PositiveAura
    replied to Who do I like?
    Hi Butterfly23 ,

    I agree with you all here and think that we shouldn't have to label ourselves.

    Really labels are just a way for society to put people in boxes and keep people in order.

    I know that parts of the world are still struggling with the fluidity of sexuality but I hope that times are changing and people are becoming aware of how different people are....
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  • PositiveAura
    replied to Massive announcement
    Congratulations on embracing who you truly are Jacob

    Of course we will all support you on your journey here on The Mix and I hope that people see your courage and it inspires them to embrace who they are too.

    All the best!

    -PositiveAura
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  • Hey everyone

    This is a very interesting question and I really think it depends on the couple.

    I know some people who are very independent and still live alone even though they have been together for years...meaning that things are 100% their own.

    Others just share weekends and a drawer together so are at more of a 30/70.

    And my partner and I are...
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  • PositiveAura
    replied to Friendship Issues
    Hey there Elipem

    First of all I want to say thanks for sharing your story and being so open about what you are going through. The age you are at can be such an up and down time but know that you are definitely not alone in how you are feeling.

    I know that it is difficult to talk about having an eating disorder so it shows how strong you are to come on here and openly talk...
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  • Hey peachysoo

    First off, welcome to the mix and what a great first post!

    I think that this is one of the most important things in relationships and you have to love yourselves before anyone else truly can.

    This is obviously such a hard thing to do and we are all on our own journey to find out who we are and to love that person. I think the main thing to remember...
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  • Hi everyone!

    ​I definitely agree that family/friends would come first before a partner. Also, if you were to borrow from your significant other, it would have to be if you were planning to stay with them and build a future together. It would be super awkward and hard to pay someone back after you broke up, right?

    ​You'd have to establish trust first too so that...
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  • This is a tricky one!

    ​I agree with Lucy307 and that it will start to become a problem if it's not spoken about.

    ​My partner and I have been in all kinds of financial situations. This could potentially be a problem if you are constantly buying and consuming things. For example, the one earning more may splurge out on clothes and meals out etc. which can cause the other to...
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  • Hey mlram

    ​It takes so much to come on here and share your story and you are definitely not alone in what has happened to you or how you are feeling. It sounds like you were in an awful situation which you did everything you could to stop and you did not give consent at all so don't blame yourself. You did all that you could, it was out of your control and you were taken...
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  • "It's not the be all and end all" what a perfect way to put it Lucy307

    ​I definitely think that viewing money this way can change your mind set and emotions surrounding it. Money can bring so much worry, anxiety, stress and even greed and that's when the arguments start.

    ​But changing your view and living your life by focusing on things that are free...
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  • Hey Cora Legis

    ​It sounds like you've been put in a difficult situation and I can see how it may have all gotten to you. Like Riley has mentioned above, you are identifying how you are feeling, why this is and what it is causing. This is such big thing to do and can take so long for us to put a name to a feeling. Coming on here to talk about it can help you sort through your thoughts...
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  • Hey everyone!

    This is definitely a tricky one Aife but I can definitely see money being a big cause for arguments. In my relationship, my partner and I don't have an issue 'rowing' about money, but we do find that it is the one thing that can cause a lot of stress...even though we try not to let it run our lives... which is the tricky part, right?

    As for discussing money...
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