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And you'll have time for goals and activities that matter to you. Love involves really knowing someone, respecting them, trusting them, and caring about their happiness.
If you don't like the rules, ask calmly about changing them.
They may have rules about things like when you can be alone with a date.
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You also can read about signs of an unhealthy relationship.