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Paul Thomas Bell (PTB) is written from a male perspective, which aims to give readers total honestly about dating, sex and relationships.
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You could spend hours scrolling through the side-splitting photos, videos and news posts.
Her self-help style blog includes a weekly podcast, ‘The Baggage Reclaim Sessions’.
This explores topics based on questions her readers and listeners have, and encourages women to identify why they have been suffering from relationship woes.
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Well look no further than Why They’re Single, a site created by a man who met the love of his life online, only after sorting through hundreds of ridiculous emails, awkward profiles, weird photos and disturbing online matches.
This year Nat will also begin holding courses, including ‘How to break up’.