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John Rahimi

Some great things said here, thank you for sharing :)


This is very true and encouraging, i once found in this situation, i am glad to know i handled it well.


Caring about the other person's needs at the expense of caring for our own puts the relationship out of balance, and caring for our own needs without consideration for the other person's puts it out of balance as well. Relationships function best when couples find a way to include both their needs and desires.

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