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HuffPost US spoke to women who have grappled with their affection for men accused of sexual misconduct.
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"I don't love that woman anymore" does not cut it.
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Women tend to gain more than men.
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The reverend’s words were quickly condemned by religious leaders.
There are some significant upsides.
“Because every girl needs a sister.”
There was nothing unique about my death, apart from the fact I came back from it.
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The fact is, few people fall back in love again. Few recover from romantic disengagement and indifference.
"It's appropriate and healthy to reconsider the role of sexual desire in your own life, value system and in relation to your partnerships."
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One recent survey found 43 percent said they wouldn’t relocate for a relationship again.
And how to handle it with grace in case you want to get back together.
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We explore whether genuine passion can return to a LTR.
Do you make your bed in the morning?
“Just binge-watched my wife tell me everything I have to do this weekend.”
And women aren't in a hurry to couple up, a new study says.
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Ever wondered just what it is that makes you swipe right?
"If you're used to being well-treated by your father...that's what you'll expect from other men."
And it's not the only interesting thing to come out.
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And your time starts... now.
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"Even people in generally good quality relationships can be tempted to cheat".
LGBTQ people are between three and fourteen times more likely to commit suicide than heterosexual Australians.
Sydney woman shares LGBTQ anguish during marriage postal survey.
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Mental health organisations are pleading with the government to show more concern for the negative impact from the postal survey.
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They're more subtle than you think.
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LGBTQ Australians wanting to get married have a new option.
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There is a complicit, unspoken agreement between a couple not to talk about certain subjects. Like sexuality.
In 1998 the CDC uncovered a link between childhood trauma and chronic diseases people develop as adults as well as social and emotional problems.