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I wont order from wish because i dont know what im really paying until i put it in my cart. And i dont mean the shipping.. I clicked on a retro pinup dress i loved and it was 13 bucks. I put in it my cart and it went up to 25.
I'm honestly not trying to be mean or anything but he sounds and acts like the only white guy in an all black guys movie... You know the one everyone cringes at? Am i the only one???
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Wtf. Is you pay a little money want get same quality of original one that’s so ridiculous don’t fool yourself and laugh at those, because people like you doesn’t want pay money for something obviously couldn’t be price like that. Those suppliers still available. I’m telling you I have been China so many times, Chinese wouldn’t wasting money on those shitty products.
The very notion of "taking a break" from the one you love is often times misinterpreted as a somewhat cowardly way of ending the relationship without stating so bluntly for public consumption. In fact, what some refer to as ones "need for space from the partner" does appear to be a legitimate cry for just that -- space . It turns out that its not just men who crave solitude and withdraw into that dark room to spend quiet time inside their so-called man cave .
In this day and age, the traditional stigma that has long accompanied a couples decision to take a break from their relationship is gradually fading as a thing of the past. Its become increasingly clear that deciding to give each other space does not necessarily equal breaking up in the direct sense of the term. At times, it can be a healthy option -- that is, of course, depending on how it is that one or both of the partners plan to spend their individual time apart.
Based on my humble experience, Ive come to discover eight simple advantages that go hand in hand with this difficult yet (more often than not) mutually beneficial decision for two people to step aside and regroup.
If the good old AAA (Apology, Affection and a promise of Action) fails to work, and a quick fix a la "sorry" and "I love you" turns out to be nothing more but a momentary band-aid, you know taking a break may just be the answer.
Stepping aside and finding yourself can be vital, especially after years of coexisting in a committed, long-term relationship.
Give yourself and your partner the opportunity to let your heart(s) grow fonder. Ever miss the feeling of actually missing your other half? An emotion well worth revisiting, thats for sure!