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  1. Yes, this is why I am so good to the characters in my stories by matching them up! Though some people, who I won’t name have yet to express their full gratitude about my caring ways. 😉

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  2. I’ve thought it unhealthy to have one person meet all of our needs for significance. We need support persons so we don’t fall apart when loss happens. Loss is unpreventable, as there are many ways to lose someone.

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    • Seems like a good argument for polygamy. But as far as I’m concerned, whatever floats a person’s boat is okay, as long as they’re not hurting anyone.

      Maybe we need concentric, expanding circles, from having a significant other, to an inner circle of family and friends, to a wider circle of acquaintances.

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    • Maybe you need to put your thick, luxurious, wavy hair to work. On the other hand, committed relationships can be scary. I’ve been married 30 years, and I’m still scared.

      But as long as you have a spouse that supports you, then there’s consolation. And if not that, then hopefully your mother supports you.

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    • Now you are going to make me feel sad. Someone somewhere doesn’t know what they are missing out on.
      As Tippy said, use that luxurious hair, and more importantly put that magic cowbell to work for you, that you said you had.

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