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Casual Dating Is Great Until It Isn’t

Are we getting attached too quickly?

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There are many reasons to casually date. Better yet, I believe going out on dates is the best out of both worlds: You get to spend time with new and interesting people you might even like while not having to make things official right away. Furthermore, depending on the phase in life you’re in, it makes sense not to rush into commitments.




Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on. ―Louis L’Amour

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Phoebe Kirke

Phoebe Kirke

Feminist, activist, sister, but above all, hurt. Writing is my path to living life to the fullest.

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