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CHLOE Madeley is ready to fire off more no-holds-barred sex advice this week – and it’s not for the faint-hearted.
So just what should you do if you feel yourself developing a growing attraction for the one person you can’t have? Read on to find out.
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Q. This is really embarrassing, but I really, really, really fancy my boyfriend's mum.
I've always thought I was totally straight, but as soon as I met her that changed.
She's just so great.
She's clever, funny and a real woman's woman. She's always talking about politics and setting the world to rights.
She doesn't care about cooking or cleaning, she just wants to debate issues.
She raised him alone and got a degree. I really like her… loads. I want to end things with him, but I can't imagine not seeing her. I think about her all the time. Could we be together?
A. I suppose I should start by saying that you have great taste! She really does sound fantastic.
But then I should also probably share with you that, in honesty, I don't think you will end up together.
Not only do we not know if she is gay, even if she were, I highly doubt she would go for her son's ex-girlfriend.
The protective instinct a mother feels towards her children is fairly immovable, so I think you may need to chalk this up to experience and move on.
You're right to end things with him, whether this is a fluke or you do turn out to prefer women to men, clearly this particular guy isn't doing anything for you.
Move on and see who else there is out there. And don’t get hung up on labels either – life is about experimenting and, as long as you’re not hurting anyone, that’s what you need to do.
Q. I am a hopeless romantic and I’m afraid I’m never going to get the relationship I crave.
All I think about is meeting the perfect woman, the one who will be everything I want in a partner and feel the same way about me.
I want to settle down, get married, have kids… but I’m also terrified of that.
I’m scared to commit to one person, especially as any girl I’ve been with has never given me the attention I want.
They don’t put me first, or they get bored. All of them leave, always.
It scares me, thinking of relationships ending, and I just find the whole thing so uncomfortable.
So maybe it’s better to be alone, even though that’s not what I want.
I’m 19 and I just want to be normal. Please help.
Be a hopeless romantic, the world needs more of them!
A. First and foremost, you're only 19, and I know it may sound really patronising but that’s young. Your 20s will be FULL of sexual experiences, girlfriends, heartbreak and love.
You have many years ahead of you during which you will naturally and organically figure out who you are and what you want from a partner.
Don't be scared of breakups or having your heart broken, it happens to all of us and while it is painful, we all get over it and move on.
Be a hopeless romantic, the world needs more of them! But not at your own expense. What I mean by this is don't be too hard on yourself if a love affair goes awry.
Don't be afraid of commitment, give it 100% and enjoy the intimacy of it.
And lastly, everything I have written here will occur naturally to you over the course of the next decade, so don’t be scared. You just need time… and make sure you have fun along the way.
Read Chloe's previous advice, including from a woman whose boyfriend couldn't give her an orgasm, here.
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