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“I’ve had the negative side as well, but you just have to pick yourself up and go on,” Richard adds.Dating in any scenario requires a fairly high level of confidence – and airing your love life on national television certainly isn’t for everyone.In her book Tales from the Country Matchmaker, she recalls would be suitors who reeked of manure and invited their dates to perch on sacks of potatoes.One farmer wanted to end a relationship, but his lady friend was knitting him a jumper and it would be ‘a waste of wool’.
Find a Matching Partner with Whom You Can be Yourself and Have a Good Time Together!“A lot of people are frightened to come out,” Richard says. That puts a lot of pressure on it.” “I just wanted it out there,” Richard says, adding he wanted to put a stop to any gossip.“It’s very hard, you think, ‘Am I going to be accepted? I can totally understand why people don’t come out, or move to the city to have that life.” “You are terrified about how you are going to be treated. “I put a comment on Facebook saying if you have heard the stories and rumours, yes, it’s true, I want to live my life and be myself.“It took a lot of consideration to do, because you are putting your personal life out there and I do like to keep my personal life to myself. And it’s opening up not just to your friends,” Richard says.