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addresses the various elements that attract us to other people when we first enter a relationship. It might be just one thing that we like about another person or it could be several things. What do
you look for in other people when you first meet them?
I look for honesty, loyalty from people i want to be my friends from a partner i want to be honest, trustful, and sincere .
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