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Yes!!! And then we blame our partner for our miseries!
Yes...but the thing is that it backfires. For if I will constantly put my needs on the back-burner i will eventually blame my partner for my miseries. And that will not pan out well
I think one ends up calling it a mistake when one is taken for granted or is broken because in placing the other before self, one in some ways loses oneself. I personally never felt it was a mistake till I saw how it led to me being taken for granted , always. It may be different for different people. I am not sure.
I agree with what you have to say. But isnt it sometimes just amazing to losing oneself for just that one right person ?
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You think too much!
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