18 Lessons on Love from our Greatest Teachers: our Exes.

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I fell in love for the first time when I was 13 years old.

Most people who enter relationships at that age stay together for the expected two weeks and then usually break up in an overly dramatic, teenage angst-filled fashion. But we ended up dating seriously for more than six years — with only a few overly dramatic breakups…

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