Who can i go to for relationship advice?

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Last Updated: 07/09/2018 at 12:10pm
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November 29th, 2015 12:21am
Personally I've found Mum's are usually the best at giving relationship advise or another close family member who you feel comfortable talking to about it.
November 29th, 2015 11:16am
you can talk to close friends or parents or to listeners on 7 Cups of tea if you want to stay anonym.
November 29th, 2015 7:05pm
A therapist, trusted friend, or you want to talk totally anonymously you can have this on 7 cups :)
December 2nd, 2015 3:03pm
Someone you can trust and is willing to actively listen to you. Someone who loves you unconditionally and accept your decision no matter what, your parents might be helpful
December 3rd, 2015 6:07am
I personally go to my father when I need relationship advice, whether it be romantic or platonic. He always gives me good advice.
December 3rd, 2015 10:48pm
You can search online, or talk to the lovely listeners at 7cups. They'd be happy to guide you through issues!
December 4th, 2015 1:47pm
Go to someone that you feel comfortable with. Don't make yourself uncomfortable when it comes to getting help about anything.
December 5th, 2015 12:50pm
Do you have any trusted friends or close family members? Someone you know and trust might be able to help you. Of course you're always welcome to get extra support here on 7cups. Just remember, we're not able to give advice here, because it could hurt more than help. I wish you the best *hugs*
December 6th, 2015 1:51am
honestly, the best people you can ask for relationship advice are your parents. your parents know you well, and what ever situation you're in, and what ever advice you need, it's likely that your parents were, at one point in their lives in the same position as you. they won't judge you, they're there to help and guide you!
December 6th, 2015 8:36am
A Complete stranger who is willing to listen
December 6th, 2015 8:44pm
You can talk to anyone on 7cups or you could go to someone close to you like your parents or maybe a good friend.
December 7th, 2015 7:52am
I would go to a trusted adult or close friend for relationship advice. Sometimes talking with someone older who has some more perspective is invaluable in getting good advice.
January 14th, 2016 6:59am
I suggest speaking with closest friends. If they can't provide you with the answers you're looking for, I encourage speaking to your parents. The wisdom most adults have often outweighs what children around the same age can give.
January 14th, 2016 6:03pm
You can ask advice from the people around you like family, friends etc. But the best advice would be given by a relationship expert.
January 15th, 2016 4:48am
You can usually go to a parent or to a close friend. People experience with positive and successful relationships are the people who will help you the most.
January 16th, 2016 3:54am
It helps to go to people who are closest to you and know the most about you, like close friends and family members, as they can help you decide what's best according to your wants and needs.
January 21st, 2016 12:01pm
It really depends on what the issue is. If it's for a relationship that has yet to exist, you should talk to someone you feel can help build your courage. There are many people here who probably have lots of experience in many fields. If it's an existing relationship, go to someone you feel has a lot of experience related to the issue. This may sound silly, but I have gotten a lot of good advice from strangers I have met on Omegle
January 22nd, 2016 12:40am
For relationship advice, you should talk to someone that you can trust. Talk to a close friend or your parents. If it is awkward talking about relationships with your parents, talk to your close friends.
January 24th, 2016 4:57am
A trusted friend or family member is always great. You could also go to therapy, with or without your significant other.
January 25th, 2016 1:25am
To the people that have been around your relationship that might be able to give you and different perspective on it. Also anyone else, we've all been there maybe. Also trust yourself to know you can make the right choice.
January 27th, 2016 10:40am
The best bet for going to for relationship advice would be your parents. They can tell you all sorts of advice and help you get through things like break ups or fights.
January 27th, 2016 8:04pm
You can always go to anyone you trust for relationship advice, make sure you trust that person completely.
January 30th, 2016 11:21am
You can go for relationship advice from your most trusted persons like your parents, your siblings or your friends. Don't hesitate to ask for help.
February 3rd, 2016 3:21am
Yourself. You know more about your situation than -anyone- that you go to for advice could ever know. When trying to figure out what to do in a relationship, you should practice careful introspection, rather than try to glean answers from those around you. Remember: you're the expert, not your best friend, sister, brother, etc. Only you can truly advise yourself.
February 3rd, 2016 7:39am
School counsellors, parents, friends or other family members are all viable sources for relationship advice - all will have varied experiences and opinions, along with insight to provide.
February 4th, 2016 3:16am
Me :) Let me know how i can help. I'm always here for you any time you need it. I've had 3 years experience in my current relationship and I've had to deal with various issues, problems, and situations.
February 5th, 2016 1:35am
If you have a therapist, that'd probably be the best. If not, Listeners or friends would probably be your best help.
February 6th, 2016 6:04am
You can go to your best friend, someone who is good at advce,a listener on this website or anyone you trust. :)
April 11th, 2016 10:09am
someone with logic in their heads and a heart in their chest. besides don't go around listening to other people and applying peer perspectives into your relationships. your own self is your best guide.
April 19th, 2016 9:51pm
Try talking to a listener sometimes they can really help you and they tend to either have gone through the same thing or have read great deals of information about the topic so they know somewhat more of an idea of what you're going through.