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"Why Some Just Can't Find a Mate".
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"Why Some Just Can't Find a Mate".

This Awareness indicates that it is surprising that there are so many entities out there looking for a mate who think that the attitude of walking around with their heart on their sleeve, carrying a broken heart for everyone to see, would be attractive, would make them attractive to a mate. In all likelihood it is to romance what leprosy would be to health, and an entity carrying a sign of a broken heart would be more likely to drive away the person they seek rather than draw that person in.

If entities must manipulate and use this kind of ploy, they should at least understand that it works better to have a broken heart for someone other than the one who is with you, for the one who is with you may have less of a feeling of responsibility, and may take it upon themselves to seek to heal your broken heart by offering to substitute for the one you can't have. There are many who use that ploy also.

They claim to be in love with someone else in order to seduce the one they're with, and the one they're with feels flattered to have been able to help this person overcome an unrequited love affair. There are also those not sensitive to the feelings of others, but only to their own needs, and thus they cannot muster compassion for someone else, and are simply trying to fill the vacuum in their own life, for which they have great compassion. Such entities may feel unworthy of love, even though it is desperately sought...Other entities tend to have total contempt for those who appear weak, or think they are weak because they have an emotional need.


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