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Love in Your 20s

Who’s the most important person to have a relationship with in your twenties? Yourself. Though many twenty-somethings are concerned with finding that special someone, it’s more important to your overall happiness to spend time with yourself. If you do have a honey you think could be The One, be sure to still give yourself plenty of love and attention. It’s not about being selfish. The Singles Cafe says that once you really know yourself, you’ll be much more likely to find the right person with whom to spend your life.

Posted: 3/4/08