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Why Being Selfish in a Relationship is a BIG No No

Why Being Selfish in a Relationship is a BIG No No
Selfishness can cause even the strongest relationships to fracture. Nobody wants to be with someone who tends to be so focused on themselves that they cannot see the relationship. That being said, the priorities in a healthy relationship should be the ability to create an environment of caring for one another because its much better to have a person who is willing to share everything with you, go through hard times with you, and love you accordingly. 


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