DO share: what dat­ing ad­vice would you give your younger self?

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Chelsea Han­dler

“Not ev­ery re­la­tion­ship has to re­sult in a long-term com­mit­ment. Some men are place­hold­ers, peo­ple to have a good time with in be­tween the big­ger loves.”

Cara-lisa Sham

“Don’t change who you are for any­one, don’t play games and never al­low your hap­pi­ness to rest in some­body else’s hands.”

Ayanda Nh­lapo

“Put your­self first. We tend to ne­glect our ca­reers, fam­ily and friends when we’re in a re­la­tion­ship. Find bal­ance by giv­ing each facet of your life the right amount of at­ten­tion.”

Anais Mali

“Run away – and I mean run – from any­thing that doesn’t feel right for you. We all have that in­tu­itive sixth sense.”

Tracy-lee Rosslind

“Trust your gut and be­lieve in your­self and what you de­serve. And don’t ever set­tle for less; real love would never ask you to do that.”

Sarah Langa Heaton

“Love isn’t meant to hurt or de­stroy you, so don’t set­tle for less. It’s re­ally fine to be alone for a while. Rather build your­self up on your own than be in dam­ag­ing re­la­tion­ships.”

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