There’s more we don’t know about each other

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When we start a friendship, marriage or other relationship, there’s more that we don’t know about the other person than we do know.

Then, if someone is troubled by an addiction, then we don’t even realize what all we have on our hands. Essentially, we are powerless over other people. And we can never truly know what goes on behind closed doors. Our illusions of genuine intimacy makes our…

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A person who thinks about a lot of things and sometimes writes helpful articles about them. newthoughtrightaction@gmail.com

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