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Why Falling in Love With Potential is Dangerous To your Happiness

Why potential is not the thing you should fall in love with 

Why Falling in Love With Potential is Dangerous To your Happiness
No relationship should be forged based on what a person might become, but instead it should be made upon the foundation of what each individual has to offer the relationship in the *present* so that you both may grow together and head toward a bright future. By falling in love with a person's potential one is pretty much casting aside who that person is in the *now* and instead is focusing on what he/she may become in the future and that almost never ends well.

Never fall in love with a person's potential


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