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The key to opening oneself to new romantic relationships is to be completely open towards the experience. The more we are careful, cautious and afraid of things that can change us, the more we miss.
Whether it is a romantic partner, a poem, a movie, a song, or a work of art, try to be a hopeless romantic, absorbing, imbibing everything. Get lost and dissolved, and don't come back unchanged.
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Addiction can include:
The idea that someone can be addicted to a behavior, as opposed to a substance, remains debatable.
The current pandemic is affecting the entire globe. As a result, many people may be experiencing panic attacks for the first time.
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