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Every relationship is unique, and whether we manage to keep our relationships alive through tough times, or end up saying goodbye, we all have a story to learn from. Here, three women share their stories of love and loss

“We have an awareness that we both need to tend the relationship as much as we can” TARA GUHA, NOVELIST

‘In the past, I was what you’d call a serial monogamist. In my career as a music PR I had lived and worked all over the place and still hadn’t met the right man. I’d get to the stage where things didn’t feel quite right and start to think about moving on. In my mid-thirties, I turned to internet dating. After yet another failed experience with that, one Christmas my brother suggested I come out with him and his friends.

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