Swimmers body dating
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It’s a cliché, but unless you love yourself, it’s very hard to let someone else love you. With so many singles out there, you need to know how to market yourself online – how to properly present the person you are to a sea of strangers.
Rugby referee Nigel Owens talks about coming to terms with his sexuality; cricketer Marcus Trescothick explains why being on tour led to depression and anxiety; footballer Keith Gillespie discusses his gambling addiction; darts pro James Wade explains what it’s like to be bipolar; and rugby international Duncan Bell talks about the “beast of depression”.
But among the most revealing of my interviewees was Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington, who invited me to her home in Stockport to talk about body image, motherhood, heartbreak and the emotional damage caused by trolling… It’s given me my career after sport and an opportunity to raise the profile of swimming, so it has a lot of great things.
It’s given me sponsorship deals that have made me able to buy my own house.
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And in order to best represent yourself to the singles you want to attract, you need to be comfortable in your own skin.