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you're looking for a painless solution when none is available; if you go to the dentist to fix a tooth, expect some short term pain, followed by improvement--same here; if you know it's best to end it
in relationship matters, i feel the best decisions are made with the head, not the heart; many remain in unhealthy relationships in the name of love, but when asked what they LIKE about the other, the
like the elephant in the room, it would hardly be "out of the blue.." So, as her friend, it's essentially your responsibility to explain, maybe in an email, that although you think she is a wonderful person
hopefully you really like her ALOT and have a ton of patience, because this could be a real "project" I mean when even a hug is a big deal, we're back to puritannical times; i would never ask for a kiss--that's
ok so i'll assume that means you live together; i'm of the opinion that there's not a big difference between living together or a ceremony, then still living together; plus you have all these complications
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