Are you a young person struggling with love?
It’s not every day I get called a “love expert”, but when SBS PopAsia Radio wanted to speak to me to give some relationship advice and love tips to young people for Valentine’s Day, I was glad to help out.
When it comes to relationships, young people often experience lots of challenges and struggles as they navigate love, sometimes for the first time.
- Would I advise young people who are still studying to be in a relationship?
- What do you do if a relationship starts to affect your ability to reach your own goals?
- What are the warning signs that a relationship isn’t good for you?
- What is the best way to break up with someone?
- Is there a single epidemic today and is it harder to find someone?
- If you don’t have a Valentine what can you do?
- What is the best way to let someone know you’re into them?
We had a lot of fun chatting about this topic, and a few laughs along the way.
Click the SoundCloud player below to have a listen to my answers to these questions.
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Since 2003, Clinton Power has helped thousands of couples and individuals as a counsellor and psychotherapist in private practice in Sydney and online in Australia. Clinton regularly comments in the media on issues of relationships and has appeared on Channel 7, The Sydney Morning Herald, and ABC Radio. Clinton’s eBook, 31 Days to Build a Better Relationship is available through his website or Amazon. Click here to take Clinton’s relationship checkup quiz to find out how well you know your partner.