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Robin Lee
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We talk a lot here at Scarleteen about how important it is to communicate with one's partner; whether it's about sharing a sexual difficulty you're having, wanting to spend more time together, or just negotiating who's going to buy the milk next time, communication is crucial. Communication is generally the first thing we recommend when people here share a sexual or relationship concern they're having with their partner.

So we'd like to know: How *did* it go when you talked to your partner about that thing you were concerned about? How did they react? How was the conversation? What was the outcome?

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Robin

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