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"Personal space" refers to
Personal space refers to that invisible bubble we all carry around with us which defines how close we will approach to other people and how close we will allow other people to approach us.
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Personal space refers to that invisible bubble we all carry around with us which defines how close we will approach to other people and how close we will allow other people to approach us.

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