risk_or_regret These Forks have Failed to Entertain me. False Advertising! 2w

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risk_or_regret #Repost @infinitewaters with @repostapp
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Abundance flows. New video. Link in bio. - Ralph Smart 😀#infinitewaters #ralphsmart #vegan dream
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risk_or_regret Frosty has Fallen..and is now creepily peering down at us all when we enter!
LOL
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risk_or_regret Lol 3mon

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risk_or_regret Me: "Cool Scarf! It looks like a Psychedelic Cow!"
JJ: "It's Cozy, too!"
#CozyPsychedelicCowScarf
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  •   ohluuluu @risk_or_regret sounds romantic but (without offence meant) seems much too unrealistic. I think it's a threshold matter- which is more developmental than anything - and then it depends on what is classed as a flaw fundamentally. A flaw commonly known is anger - this manifests in outbursts and worse case physical or emotional abuse. To hold he recipient to the idyllic standard that they don't love enough just because they can't handle the constant outbursts would be grossly misleading and perhaps isn't a set up towards the best quality relationship. We all have a responsibility towards one another. These responsibilities include growth - one of the least discussed vital ingredients to a relationship. Personal development is saying both before being with you and now that I am with you, there are aspects of my character that have shown themselves as needing tweaking. I am committed to that because I value the impact I have on another human being including you who I love. Not just - hey it's the way I am, love all my flaws as a test to see if you TRULY love me. It's not a test game. It's a responsibility - and not in the heavy duty laden way. It's light. It's simple. It's something that draws you to itself in your mindfulness Of yourself and sensitivity to others xxx #bigLove xxx 3mon
  •   risk_or_regret @ohluuluu Definitely agree with your POV! I interpreted this as being totally aware of one's flaws and still love them because you can see, or have already seen, the capacity for growth. This feeling must be mutual. You worded it almost flawlessly, lol. Check out Mark's articles on love at his website. You'll see how realistic he is, and shares the same ideas as you! 3mon

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