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I always think that they have some ulterior motive, that they are going to hurt me in the end. I hesitate to let people into my heart, because getting it broken sn be an inconvenience.
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The kind who think I should be willing to drop everything I care about to sit around and watch Netflix with. I need someone who embraces my independence. Someone who is proud Dating non christian I have a life of my own, dreams of my own, success of my.
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