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When to let go of a love one?


 

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    Sheena Loyola (iamakid) 4 years ago

    I mean after a relationship has fallen apart


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    I.W. McFarlane (mackyi) 4 years ago

    True love never dies, it's natural for you to continue to have an admiration for some of the positive attributes of an individual but you don't have to get involved him them. Look back and see why you broke up, then you might be able to accept it!


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