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Say to yourself every day (you can even write it on a piece of paper and yes, you may put it inside the same plastic folder where you wrote your good characteristics list. See Chapter 2): “I am open to a new love, I am open to a new love, I am open to a new love…”. Try to do this alone, in a closed room (if you don’t want to be committed…)
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