When You Commit To Someone, You Cannot Invest Halfway

By Holly Riordan

Commitments are supposed to mean something. Promises are supposed to mean something.

Even if you have only been in a relationship with someone for a week or a month, you should not treat them as a backup plan. You should not be dedicated to them during weekdays but act single on weekends.

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