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22 May 12 #332282 by Marshy_
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Hi Fos.

There is a golden rule to love and relationships and those that are in them and in love at the same time. They dont need to broadcast it. Broadcasting something that should be obvious only suggests that they need affirmation. And when someone does this, I question why are they doing this. My ex did something odd. She had a sticker on the back of her car that read "Perfect family inside". Why do this if you are? The perfect anything does not exist. Although I understand why she did it. For my benefit. This is yr family. U lost them to this man. But if that were true, and its not, why seek affirmation? What I suggest to you FOS is that they are attempting to gain affirmation from you and somehow prove to you that they are an item and this is how its meant to be. Except if they were so solid, would they need to advertise that they were? C.

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