This Is Why You’re Most Likely To Fall In Love With Someone Whose Self-Esteem Matches Yours

By January Nelson

They say we accept the love we think we deserve, but we also accept the partners we think deserve us.

The truth is that you’re far more likely to fall in love with someone whose self-esteem matches yours — for better or for worst.

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