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How can you stop being attached to someone?
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How can you stop being attached to someone?
cut them off completely thats the only possible way
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yes that works ^^
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Getting attached to someone else is the best way. Especially if that someone else is better in some key aspects.
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cut them off completely thats the only possible way
I literally can’t! Because im so attached!
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Getting attached to someone else is the best way. Especially if that someone else is better in some key aspects.
What if it’s a negative attachment
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If it’s a negative attachment to them, you must walk away and find a positive attachment, for your own sake.

Once you get someone better you will look back and heave a sigh of relief that you are now rid of them.
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If it’s a negative attachment to them, you must walk away and find a positive attachment, for your own sake.

Once you get someone better you will look back and heave a sigh of relief that you are now rid of them.
Thank you! Xx
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