She went on to say that while she loved him very much, she knew it was never going to work out in the long term because she never felt that elusive spark. This woman was talking about a man who she feels is her best friend. I know this is an extreme example, and most, if not all of us would be smart enough to say “yes” to this guy and start growing old together, but the reality is that a version of this happens to so many of us all the time..
I had to read it again, just to make sure I wasn't missing something. It was such a reminder of what settling really is and isn't.
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Like I said, it can happen, it's just a coincidence. In fact, I might go as far to say that it didn't really happen.
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