romance

7 things the media taught me to expect in love (and how they were wrong)

Millie Fender writes on some of the myths and misconceptions about love found in the media

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Aphrodisiacs debunked

Whether you’re loved up or living the single life, the approach of Valentine’s Day is inescapable. At the top of many people’s list of Valentine plans include a nice meal out, perhaps featuring something to get you in the mood – aphrodisiacs.