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A Problem Shared...

Got a problem? Dr Ranj Singh and Wayne Dhesi are here to offer their advice...

Dear Attitude,

I am terrible with money. For some reason whenever I get it I spend it. As soon as I get it I spend it. Sometimes when I’m out and had a few drinks I spend it like water. I’ve even booked and paid for holidays for friends when I’m drunk. I always feel the need to spend money on my friends — often when it’s money I don’t have. I’ve taken out loans and credit cards and ended up in debt. Friends have said they think I spend too much but I feel as if life needs to be lived and I enjoy the finer feelings in life. I just can’t seem to find a good balance and buy only occasional treats and nice things. I’m always going over budget and it’s causing a problem. How can I get control of it?

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On the cover this month are American trans model Laith Ashley and the British Athletic Commission’s first LGB Ambassador Matt Lister. In our special report, one year into the current Government we look at how its actions are affecting you. Elsewhere, we interview the director and stars of Holding The Man, the powerful new Australian gay film that everyone should see. Plus, exclusive UK gay press interviews with Ariana Grande and Fifth Harmony, Broadway legend Bernadette Peters, and director Andrew Steggall talks about his very personal coming of age film Departure.