Be with someone who comes from a broken family
Sky Lacea

that sounds nice, but I just haven’t found it to be true. My experience with people from broken homes — as partners or witnessing in other people’s relationships are that they are untrusting, hypercritical, very needy and clingy, yet bolt or threaten to bolt at any sign of friction or work in a relationship. They are people who hedge there bets, who are constantly weighing your value against an imaginary better person who might be just around the next corner. They need constant validation and reassurance, yet are invalidating in return.

I may be seeing coincidence, or correlation (not causation), and it may be a whole host of other factors, but these qualities that broken home people supposedly possess, if we were to generalize in this way(which is always dangerous) i would generalize the opposite.

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