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I know you may really be curious about their whereabouts because you’re interested in them. So even if the feelings aren’t mutual, I hope the person you are with will handle your vulnerable state with care.
A better way to be inquisitive is to ask, “How was your day? When you find someone who seems worth the effort, show your interest in a clear way that is likely to lead you to another date.
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