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Relationship Groups, Presentations And Workshops
Relationship Groups, Presentations and Workshops offered by Universal Medicine
Starting a new relationship - the pictures we hold
This article exposes that we hold pictures of how a new partner/relationship should be. It explores that by first developing a loving relationship with ourselves there is a possibility that our relationships and our connection with others can be very different
True Love and Tea
Madeleine shares her story of what can happen when we stop playing ‘the dating game’ and choose to simply be ourselves.
Finding a new lover
Looking for a new lover? How do you find ‘the one’, the new lover that will love you all your life?
How to find a true partner when online dating – one woman’s account
One woman’s honest path of unfolding to finding a true partner on Online Dating.
My relationship with women – a man’s perspective
Andrew Mooney spent his life rejecting the stereotypical image of a man most of us are sold. But in time he realised that who he had become was not exactly embracing true manhood either. This is his story….
The visible trace of #ghosting
Ghosting has become so normalised in current relationship practice it feels important to understand why this occurs and to explore what’s going on with our communication in relationships, and what’s underneath this increasing trend.
Looking for love in all the wrong places: before and after casual sex
From a very young age all I wanted when I grew up was to find love, be married and have six sons. But through a series of events, that dream was shattered and I started looking for love in all the wrong places.
Love and Relationship Audio
A life changing collection of free audio on Love and Relationship – two of our favourite subjects but how much do we really know about them?
Confidence is natural
Our February 2022 Audio of the Month reveals how simple and natural true confidence is and what happens when you present the real you on a date.
Dating – It’s not about getting a partner
Are we missing out on the experience that dating offers by focussing on getting a partner as if it is the trophy, the end result of dating? What if there was so much more on offer if we allowed ourselves to not be looking at a ‘final destination’?