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Fear: Let It In, Then Let It Go

It's like this: I'm terrified of love. And yet, it's the one thing I want most. Makes sense, though. We're often the most afraid of that which we truly want. Why? Because sometimes just the idea of knowing you might actually get what you want is terrifying. For 32 years, I never wanted love. I wanted nothing to do with commitment or being open or vulnerable. I didn't know until recently th
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