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This is just a section to help partners help and understand better what their loved one is going through.Click the links below to go to the relative pages Success stories Anxiety success stories Advice for family and friends Support from family and friends with anxiety Tarmos story of recovery from Depersonalisation How I overcame depersonalisation Hope that helps some people Paul For more help with anxiety visit For more information about my book ‘At last a life’ visit me on Twitter This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 at pm and is filed under Anxiety.I wish I could be you, so I could show you what an idiot you've become! That night is a full moon and fate decides to lend a hand.They wake to find that each is in the other's body.

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Guy Pearce is, like, one of THE funniest Australian guys out there.

See more » I first saw "Dating the Enemy" at a film festival 4 years ago that was showing Aussie films that had never been released in the US.

I must admit, I rolled my eyes when I first heard the plot of "Dating the Enemy" but decided it was worth a look to see Guy Pearce in something else besides "Priscilla" and "L. Confidential" which were the only films I'd seen him in at the time.

Poor Brett finds himself having to deal with uncomfortable female fashions, monthly cycles, and a highly competitive intellectual job.

Poor Tash learns that being cool and handsome isn't as easy as it looks either.

As promised here are some success stories gathered over the last year or so, I get many of these sent to me through emails or people post them on the blog and I think they are a great way to inspire others.

I recently added a few to the book and here are a small collection of them.

Then there is that little matter of making love....

~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi It's a highly watchable romantic comedy, basically.

Tash is still trying to write serious scientific articles for a paper more interested in gossip and sex and struggling to prevent her articles being buried on page 12. That night during a Valentine's boat trip on Sydney Harbour, an argument ensues and Brett decides he has had enough.

Tash tells him: 'I wish you could be me, so you could see how I feel for once.