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Embrace Uncertainty and Foster Connection

We have to quit making the assumption that we have the other person entirely figured out and give them the benefit of the doubt to make their own decision and let the chips fall. If it doesn’t work out the way you want, perhaps it will open the door to a bigger conversation and deepen the connection you have with the other person.

Or, maybe it wasn’t the right relationship for you anyway, and you both likely would have been miserable and exhausted in the long run.


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