If you have a question that you do not wish to discuss with family, friends or work colleagues then you've come to the right place!
Head over to our confidential forum to submit your own question, or to read and respond to other people's threads.
You may be wondering whether or not to consult with a qualified counselling professional, and we believe that our forum offers you the privacy, time and place to gather your thoughts and receive initial feedback from our highly valued panel of voluntary supporters and other visitors.
Our live chatroom is another great feature if you just want to run your issues by other visitors on an informal basis. However, the chatroom may be unsuitable if you have a lot of background information you want to share right away, as opposed to letting conversations naturally progress (in which case, we'd recommend our moderated forum).
You will need to sign up before joining discussions in our forum. It's free, and by having an account, we can send you automated alerts when people interact with your posts.
If you are new to online forums, why not get a feel for how they work by responding to existing problems before adding your own - many of our visitors have found this to be therapeutic as it can be a welcome distraction to having to think about your own problems!
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If you're not here to seek help, or to read other peoples problems, then you might like to check out some of the guest articles we publish from time to time.
Check out our vintage love match game - simply enter your name and your lovers name into the love match calculator and we'll walk you through each step of the algorithm before arriving at your match score.
Our collection of relationship meme images is always growing, and you can share them freely on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest etc).
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