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I know this website can give you relationship and love advice but is there a website like this one that provides better advice and is tailored to just relationship and love.
Where you can speak to professionals and someone who is very experienced with providing advice. Also, not a dodgy website but a professional one like tsr?
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'Professionals' in love and relationships? You mean like these self-proclaimed gurus and PUAs?

And what exactly do you want to talk about with them? There are people on here experienced at providing lifestyle advice because they are living it.
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'Professionals' in love and relationships? You mean like these self-proclaimed gurus and PUAs?

And what exactly do you want to talk about with them? There are people on here experienced at providing lifestyle advice because they are living it.
it's quite personal. I have this standard for a man and potential partner in the future but I wan to know if it's attainable/realistic/possible.
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PUA's are scammers feeding off the desperate, it's important to keep your expectations realistic, alongside having dealbreakers.
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it's quite personal. I have this standard for a man and potential partner in the future but I wan to know if it's attainable/realistic/possible.
Having read your other threads, no, because you live in a fantasy world. Maybe when you stop taking Walt Disney and YA fiction seriously and have matured. I mean, who wants a boyfriend who is aggressive? You've never once mentioned someone who loves you and respects other people; the latter is important if you want to keep friends and socialise, rather than alienate others because your other half is Mr Angry.

You shouldn't need professional advice to tell you that. It's common sense.
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Having read your other threads, no, because you live in a fantasy world. Maybe when you stop taking Walt Disney and YA fiction seriously and have matured. I mean, who wants a boyfriend who is aggressive? You've never once mentioned someone who loves you and respects other people; the latter is important if you want to keep friends and socialise, rather than alienate others because your other half is Mr Angry.

You shouldn't need professional advice to tell you that. It's common sense.
Anyways that wasn't it but thanks for replying
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I think there are therapists out there who specialise in relationships/romance/sexual stuff. But their job isn't really to give you advice, it's just to listen to what you have to say.
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I think there are therapists out there who specialise in relationships/romance/sexual stuff. But their job isn't really to give you advice, it's just to listen to what you have to say.
Oh ok thanks for replying
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it's quite personal. I have this standard for a man and potential partner in the future but I wan to know if it's attainable/realistic/possible.
People here on TSR would be able to tell you if your ideals are realistic or not. Otherwise your next best option is probably Reddit.
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People here on TSR would be able to tell you if your ideals are realistic or not. Otherwise your next best option is probably Reddit.
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