Chris Cirak Q&A

I want more attention from my boyfriend than he can give me. Are we incompatible?

In relationships, as with all things in the physical realm, it is not the amount of time you spend with someone, but the quality of the attention you give each other. All the time in the world spent together isn’t worth a penny if you’re not really there. You may think you’re already paying attention. But chances are, you’re not. You know them primarily through the lens of your judging habit. You need them to be this way or that way, and when those conditions are met, you feel love. But you don’t really know the person. You only know them through…

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