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Old 03-23-2019, 10:26 AM   #11
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Default Re: Saying hi for the sake of saying hi

It probably is the best option, but it does get tiring competing with pets, friends, and family to be important to someone. It’s humiliating when they make you feel guilty spending time with them because they’re worried their pet is lonely. I can understand job obligations have to come first sometimes, but is it even possible to be the most important person in someone’s life? Is it possible to be more important than pets even? Do I have to find someone with no pets in order to be a bigger part of their life?
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