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Old 06-04-2009, 05:40 AM
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Why one person isn't enough probably varies from person to person. But I don't think that anyone expects any one person to fill all their needs all the time. It's nice to not have limits (other than self imposed ones) put on you when deciding how to interact within your friendships/relationships. When I care about someone I have a hard time keeping it soley plutonic. (That's not to say that I sleep with all my friends or anything but there is a fair bit of cuddling and kissing between us). It's not so hard to understand why one person isn't enough for someone in theory but it's much harder to emotionally understand why you aren't enough for someone else. (I'm really working on this).
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