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By: Relationships Ireland  05/12/2011
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relationship counselling, teenage counselling, separation support » Relationships Blog

Strange where the inspiration comes from. I was reading a review of a popular make of car and the reviewer, no names or he’ll want a royalty, talked about how much we take for granted these days re our cars. For example, we expect them to be reliable, work first time, cosset us in luxury, or at least in comfort, and cost us as little as possible to run, and not complain! Sounds like the wish list for our partner doesn’t it? The review made me think just how much we take our partners for granted. We expect of them very much what we expect of our car (see above). If truth were known we, especially men, talk to and stroke our car more than we do our nearest and dearest.

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It’s been a busy week following the publication of ‘When A Relationship Ends – Surviving The Emotional Rollercoaster of Separation’ – the reaction to an interview with Ryan Tubridy on his show on Thursday last was a strong one and it would seem that many people feel they are trapped in loveless marriages and unable .. Relationship counselling, teenage counselling, separation support» Infidelity.


05/12/2011

relationship counselling, teenage counselling, separation support » Separation

Being a largely Catholic country where ‘I do’ means ‘I will … for life’, making the decision to separate is one that still isn’t taken lightly – it still carries some stigma, although less so these days but what cuts far deeper into a person’s soul is their sense of failure and shame that such a significant relationship didn’t work out.