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Helen Croydon is best known for her immersive journalism and strong opinion pieces on modern relationships.
She has written for all the UK national newspapers including The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and regularly appears as a commentator on anything relationship related for TV and radio including ITV This Morning, Sky News, Lorraine, Newsnight and more. You can read some of the feature on our media page"Wish I'd found a site like this sooner! He asks for no more and the times we spend together are magical." Leah, 38 "I've been married and had a family before.
We have been bringing together readers of The Times And Sunday Times since 2005, and if you're looking for love, romance or old-fashioned friendship, Encounters Dating can introduce you to like-minded people.
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Three gymnasts were dismissed from Georgia’s gymnastics team, which was confirmed by The Red & Black on Friday.
I'm glad I did it and got the t-shirt but I don't want to do that again but I'd still love to meet a special girl to care for." Jay, 47 “I work abroad for two weeks every month and I can’t expect most girlfriends to put up with that.
News A planning application to erect 14 ‘mammoth’ wind turbines between Gneeveguilla and Ballydesmond has received over 50 formal objections along with a single group objection comprising more than 180 signatures.
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The concept for this site came from British author and journalist Helen Croydon, who wrote about the benefits of what she calls the 'low maintenance relationship' in her latest book Screw the Fairytale.