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In my teens and early twenties I had a lot of sexual partners. I a bit older now and I met a wonderful man but I am so ashamed of my past. I afraid if he finds out how many people I slept with he leave me and I am terrified of him learning the truth about how bad I used to be. Must I tell him of my past or can I lie about it?

I sorry this is making you feel so anxious. Can we start with why you feel Having many sexual partners, if the experience was consensual and enjoyable, is nothing to be ashamed of. Even if past experiences were negative or upsetting you should not feel shame for having had sex with different people.

Of course it easy for me to say this. I know in reality it isn easy to escape such feelings. Culturally we still judge those who have many sexual partners (particularly women) very negatively. Telling you just to stop feeling a particular way isn much practical help. Knowing it unreasonable for others to judge you, however, can sometimes give you enough confidence to ignore negative views.

Imagine if a friend or loved one was in the same situation as you. Would you tell her she ought to be ashamed of herself? Might you, instead, ask her to think about why she feels so sad and guilty and encourage her to seek help with that instead?Can you shift from blaming yourself to looking at these past relationships and reflect on any good things you got from them? Perhaps they taught you patience, love, friendship, or to explore different experiences and pleasure? If they were negative perhaps you learned more about your limits and how to walk away.

Asking for extra help

There can be reasons that cause us to regret sexual experiences in the past. Particularly if experiences were exploitative, abusive or felt outside your control, in which case the following organisations could assist:

Rape Crisis

If you are concerned your past experiences might have resulted in a sexually transmitted infection (STI) being tested may be reassuring. NHS clinics are free, confidential and will help you talking to your partner if it turns out you do have an infection requiring treatment.

If your feelings of anxiety are getting in the way of your daily life you can ask in confidence for your GP to refer you to a counsellor. This is free on the NHS although waiting lists and service availability vary. If you are at college you could get confidential help from counselling services there. Or refer yourself (paid for).

If your concerns are more about general confidence issues rather than deep seated worries then it might help to reading up on confidence and assertiveness.

What is he like?

Have your worries about your past come from things he has said? Does he appear to have strong views about sexual behaviour, perhaps influenced by faith or political values?

If he has never expressed any opinion it may be that he be less bothered by this than you anticipating. Or not bothered at all. He might find your past experiences exciting. Or feel they your business, not his. He could feel threatened or worried that he may not be as good a lover as someone in your past or be less experienced than you. Which you can reassure him he doesn need to be upset about.

You could sound him out with general discussions about people sexual lives. Although it worth remembering even strong views we may hold about general topics may change when it concerns a person close to us.

It may also help to reflect on why you feel you do need to talk to him about this, to check you not framing any conversations as if you are in the wrong, and consider why you see not telling him about your past as rather than you deciding how much detail you feel comfortable sharing.

To tell or not?

Complete disclosure about all past sexual experiences was very much part of advice giving in the past, and still is within some areas of sexual health care.

However not everyone agrees with this as it isn always necessary, nor what new partners want to hear. The exception of course is if there is a risk of STIs (see above). But even here it is your choice how much to disclose about your past sexual experiences to a current partner.

It isn clear if you feel you have to tell because if not someone else might. If you feel trapped in such a situation it may make you feel more in control to talk to him first (or write to him if preferred). You don need to defend or excuse yourself, but could focus there on how other people want to take away from your relationship and how you don want this to happen.

If he is likely to judge you then you may want to consider if a relationship with him is right. Holding negative attitudes about your partners past or using those to control or belittle is a relationship red flag that shouldn be ignored. If disclosing your past is likely to put you in danger you would be safer looking to end the relationship but to say nothing about your previous relationships.

If you do decide to talk to him about your past I consider it purely in the context of how it benefits you, brings you closer and adds to your relationship.

Remember, you are the one who decides how much you want to disclose and when.

Petra Boynton is a social psychologist and sex researcher working in International Health Care and studying sex and relationships. She is The Telegraph agony aunt. Please note that by submitting your question to Petra, you are giving your permission for her to use your question as the basis of her column, published online at Wonder Women.
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MS Dhoni has admitted to feeling “a little different” when asked about the prospect of representing a new franchise in the IPL after eight years of association with Chennai Super Kings.

“I would be lying if I say I have moved on,” Dhoni was quoted as saying by PTI at the jersey launch of his new team, the Rising Pune Supergiants. “That is the special part of being a human being. There has got to be an emotional connect after eight years (with CSK). After eight years of IPL, it feels very different to play for any other team.

“All of a sudden if you want me to say that I am very excited to play for a new team, don’t give credit to CSK and the fans for the love and affection they have given us, it will be wrong. But as a professional, I would like to thank the Pune team for taking me. Of course there will be added responsibility as captain but as a professional we are supposed to do the job with more than 100% commitment. And that is what we will try to do.”

The one relationship he is happy to continue from his days with the Super Kings, though, is his working partnership with Stephen Fleming, who was named head coach last month. “The life becomes slightly easy with him around. We know each other for long time,” he said. “He is a fantastic coach. His management skills are very good. What I really like is that he is calm like me. It is good to have him and hopefully it will work for us.”

Dhoni said while he would miss playing alongside his core group of players like Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Brendon McCullum at Pune, the two new teams had to put that behind them and quickly get into their groove with the new set of players to negate the settled advantage the six existing franchises possess.

“There are a lot of players we will miss,” he said. “We were together for eight years, our core group was the same. We were so consistent and our strength was that we played as a team. We have taken some former CSK players but then at the auction, the two new teams were expected to do most of the buying. If you look at the six other franchisees, they have a settled lot. Therefore, the pressure will be on the new franchise.”

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Truth has been spoken. CSK It was not just a team. It was a family including CSK’s fans. How well CSK played and made their fans proud. Dhoni Raina partnerships and celebrations, Bravo’s dance in Yellow jersey, seeing CSK always in the top 4, the theme songs, whistle podu titles are going to be missed certainly. How well the team was groomed and bought up as a greatest force in IPL. All hard work in maintaining the core players has been spoiled by some dirty people. The wrong doings of few people have hurt its management, team and its fan. Not just CSK. RR too. Will miss CSK family. Im in tears 🙁

Feels like am being ripped apart thinking of Dhoni wears a different jersey in this IPL. Nevertheless my support will always be with Dhoni which ever team he plays and for the other CSK players if they dont play against Dhoni and his team.

This is precarious position for a CSK fan to be in. 5 of our top 7 are with Gujarat. Only MSD and Faf are with Pune. If i like CSK for the winning combination, I should naturally go for Gujarat. But this man is something out of the sentiments. He defines CSK. He created and lived with the team. He s not just captain but the brand himself. I would support Pune just because MSD is the captain of the team. The only thing I would hate is, seeing Ashwin and MSD in non yellow jersey. God that would hurt. Pretty sure I would shed tears when I see them on TV. Same for the CSK guys over Gujarat as well.

IND over the years has produced many a great cricketer with Gavaskar,Kapil,Sachin,Dravid,Laxman, Yuvraj, Dhoni being super 7. IND’s great successes big world title wins over last 5 decades have been during 1979 86 (Gavaskar /Kapil as captain) 2007 onwards (MSD as captain). MSD has led teams that have beaten superior teams in all formats far more than any other captain. But for missed opportunities of test series wins in SA/NZ/ENG/AUS due to batting/fielding errors the overseas test series wins ensemble would have been complete. By his performances as player captain, MSD has leapfrogged as the best ever captain in all forms of world cricket in last 50 years. During last 3 yrs IND has won 12 test matches with top 2 match contributions in batting by Pujara(6),Vijay(5),Rohit(4),Rahane(3),Dhawan(2),Kohli(2),Dhoni(1),Ashwin(1) in bowling by Ashwin(11), Jadeja(8), Ishant(2) others(3). Players who have made outstanding contributions in test ODI wins have played for CSK as well. wow! great cricketing knowledge yaar. Do you know any of CSK players before first IPL?? except MS.

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No matter how much I like Dhoni, this is a fact that he got more than an undue advantage at CSK. CSK always had the best players and it appeared that they were very well aware of the sequence (or maybe they decided/influenced the sequence). They played very shrewd and got the best players at best prices. So while I do think Dhoni is the best captain India has had after Ganguly, I would not say that he was primarily responsible for the CSK dominance in the IPL. This time round though, he will have a fair fight in his hands. This team will not get such privileges as the CSK. It has had to bid fairly and will now have to win solely on merit of its players and the coaches.

This is why I believe the IPL needs to take a leaf out of other well established pro leagues in sport such as the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, EPL, Bundesliga, La Liga etc. When some officials from a team commit acts of fraud, fixing etc, that said individual(s) need to be penalized, NOT the entire team/franchise. It simply doesn’t make sense. It only complicates the matter furthermore. Now after 2 years, we all know RR and CSK will be back. So what happens then ? Will those teams get back all their former players ? Cause that’s only fair. I simply cannot stand another fresh auction. That’s just too green and immature in my opinion. Besides, MSD is a household name for every CSK fan. I can understand where he’s coming from.

I cannot afford to underestimate any team that MSD is leading. Over the years he is proved to be a great captain. He gave Joginder final over to win World T20. CSK played as a team and most of them grew up to play for India. Pawan Negi the highest paid uncapped player this year was a part of CSK! Ashish Nehra was a part of CSK who came back strongly into the Indian team now!

They have great team. Steve Smith, Faf Du Plessis, Kevin Pieterson, Ishant Sharma, Irfan Pathan, Ashwin, Dhoni, M. Marsh, Rahane, Rajat Bhatia. I will not be surprised if Dhoni can even tap the best out of Adam Zampa who seem to have a cool head as a bowler.

Doesn’t make any sense to me that the Chennai fans are being penalised for wrong doings of a few. Would have made a lot more sense to penalise the CSK owners by getting them to force sell completely (100% of their stake to a real 3rd party) and continue with the CSK franchise under new ownership, with the same team. The people of Chennai are an emotional lot you can see that by the way they worship their cinema stars, and they did the same with their IPL team. They took it to heart. All that faith, emotional attachment, affinity, killed. Dhoni at least has the guts to admit that it won’t feel the same playing for a new franchise in such circumstances.

Doesn’t make any sense to me that the Chennai fans are being penalised for wrong doings of a few. Would have made a lot more sense to penalise the CSK owners by getting them to force sell completely (100% of their stake to a real 3rd party) and continue with the CSK franchise under new ownership, with the same team. The people of Chennai are an emotional lot you can see that by the way they worship their cinema stars, and they did the same with their IPL team. They took it to heart. All that faith, emotional attachment, affinity, killed. Dhoni at least has the guts to admit that it won’t feel the same playing for a new franchise in such circumstances.

I cannot afford to underestimate any team that MSD is leading. Over the years he is proved to be a great captain. He gave Joginder final over to win World T20. CSK played as a team and most of them grew up to play for India. Pawan Negi the highest paid uncapped player this year was a part of CSK! Ashish Nehra was a part of CSK who came back strongly into the Indian team now!

They have great team. Steve Smith, Faf Du Plessis, Kevin Pieterson, Ishant Sharma, Irfan Pathan, Ashwin, Dhoni, M. Marsh, Rahane, Rajat Bhatia. I will not be surprised if Dhoni can even tap the best out of Adam Zampa who seem to have a cool head as a bowler.

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View your Insider deals and moreThey dropped the black and sharpened the logo, but the Detroit Lions aren’t giving any more hints about what their new uniforms will look like before they’re unveiled April 13.

During a private event for corporate sponsors Wednesday at Ford Field, Lions president Rod Wood affirmed the team’s plans to release four new jerseys before the NFL draft.

Wood said Lions owner Martha Ford and her family were involved in the design of the uniform, but he declined to say how dramatic the changes will be.

“We worked very closely with the league and Nike in designing the uniformsand had several different options presented to us before we finally settled on the one that we’ll unveil on April 13,” Wood said. “And I think you’ll be pleased. I think the fans will be pleased.”

The Lions are expected to have new home and awayjerseys this fall, and they’ll also release a new alternate jersey and Color Rush uniform.

Last year, the Lions unveiled an all black Color Rush uniform that they never wore. That’s expected to be replaced by a different color, now that black has been removed fromthe Lions’ color scheme.

Before the Lions settled on the all black uniform, the NFL encouraged them to wear an all silver version.

Asked whether the Lions will wear all four uniforms this fall, Wood said, “I’m not going to commit to what’ll be worn, but there will be four uniform options.”

Also Wednesday, Wood declined comment on potential contract extensions for quarterback Matthew Stafford and coach Jim Caldwell.

Both Stafford and Caldwell are entering the final seasons of their contracts in 2017. The Lions are expected to begin working on a new deal for Stafford this spring. It could make him the highest paid player in the NFL.
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ST. JOHN NL Her eyes glowed like two stars in the clear night sky when she started to recount the story she revealed to the world Nov. 30. and a Secret World War II Weather Station, at the annual Gilbert Higgins Lecture hosted by the Newfoundland and Labrador Historical Society last week. Army weather station during the Second World War.

That passion and conviction was fully on display during an interview prior to the launch Nov. 28.

She thumbed the pages to accentuate her points while discussing crucial parts of the book and recounting stories of individuals who appear in it.

The book is the result of Junker multi year research to find an Inuit hunter, Renatus Tuglavina, and his daughter Harriot, the two individuals who befriended her uncle Elmwood (Woody) Belsheim in 1944.

told me the story when he was 87, when he gave me the sealskin kayak made for him by Renatus, Junker said.

connected with the story and the kayak and felt it was almost my destiny to tell the story or at least find out what happened to Renatus and to Harriet, she added, explaining that she wanted to fulfil her aging uncle request.

He was befriended, and some would say adopted, by Renatus and his family. It was that bond that saw Renatus make the sealskin canoe and give it to Woody in 1944.

The book melds Second World War military history, Labrador Inuit culture, religion, politics and love through the true stories of Woody, Renatus and Harriot.

The link between the three individuals, as well as between the Second World War era and today, is the three foot long sealskin model kayak that Renatus made for Woody, and which Woody, in turn, gave to Junker.

In giving her the miniature sealskin kayak, he asked her if it would be possible to find out what happened to Renatus and his daughter Harriot.

am grateful Woody trusted me with this story. There was nobody in Renatus family to tell this story. Both families trusted me with it, she said.

love to make puzzles, and here was a puzzle in front of me that I wanted to piece together. I wanted to make sure all the pieces fit in.

But 65 years later, and nearing the end of his life, he hoped to find out what had become of the Inuit family who had transformed what could have been a year of painful isolation into a year of unimaginable adventures. to a new home in Blue Sea, Quebec, to try to piece the puzzle together.

Along the way, she made stunning discoveries, including the existence of a weather station lost to time, Renatus larger than life footprint on Labrador history, and his and Harriot tragic destinies.

was never a question as to why am I doing this, Junker said.

was never a job and, quite honestly, it cost a lot of money to research. I wasn getting paid. her discussions with Woody, she learned that Harriet was special to him, as she was the first woman he had ever made love to an awkward subject and conversation to have with her uncle but relevant to telling the story and Woody connection to the Tuglavinas.

The book also outlines the Renatus led rebellion against the Hudson Bay Company in 1933, and his trial presided over by Abram Kean. (A controversial sealing captain and politician from Flowers Island, Kean was famous for his success in sealing and for capturing more than a million pelts, and infamous for his role in sending 78 men to their deaths in the 1914 Newfoundland Sealing Disaster.)

The book also describes the work by British naval Lt Cmdr. Buck Baker to free Renatus, the Ferry Command and the transfer of more than 10,000 military aircraft to Europe during the Second World War, and what happened to Renatus family after relocation from Hebron.

In addition, Moravian missionaries, Hudson Bay Company employees and Newfoundland Rangers all have supporting roles in this history.
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