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How do you know when something ‘just doesn’t feel right’, in your relationship?


by Esther O'Moore Donohoe
27th Nov 2022
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Do you stay? Go? Hit the divorce button? None are easy decisions to arrive at. So, just how do you…change your relationship? We hear sound advice from a relationship psychotherapist, a family law solicitor and a reader who has been there.

A PSYCHOTHERAPIST’S ADVICE Stephanie Regan is a psychotherapist and relationship expert, stephanieregan.ie Should I stay or should I go? The answer of course, is not clearcut. Stephanie says one of the first things to consider is what stage the relationship is at. If it’s still relatively new, ie in the first six months, she encourages people not to try and fix things. ‘Don’t be putting your energy into that. It’s nobody’s fault. It’s just not...

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