I find relationships really hard. How can I let people in?

The first step is to practise giving love and encouragement to yourself. Dare to give yourself hope that you can become more flexible, then try again to engage with othersThe dilemma I am a 44-year-old single woman, working in a pensionable job that I would rather not work in. I own my own home outright.In the past I did have issues with substance misuse, but I got help to overcome that and have been clean and sober for more than four years. But my history of addiction is part of my private identity – meaning few know about it. Continue reading...

I find relationships really hard. How can I let people in?

The first step is to practise giving love and encouragement to yourself. Dare to give yourself hope that you can become more flexible, then try again to engage with others

The dilemma I am a 44-year-old single woman, working in a pensionable job that I would rather not work in. I own my own home outright.

In the past I did have issues with substance misuse, but I got help to overcome that and have been clean and sober for more than four years. But my history of addiction is part of my private identity – meaning few know about it.

Continue reading...

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