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able to get out of her head. The more she wrote, the less it bothered her and now she’s at a point where being single is still not something that bothers Jennie.* *Jennie goes on to talk about how there are people who don’t want anything serious with others because they’re afraid of getting hurt or are just fine with their current situation but then there are those who do have an issue in finding someone worth investing themselves into. She says that even if you find your person, it doesn’t mean things will be perfect all the time so you need to know what would make everything great again when times get tough.* *She mentions some things like understanding that life isn’t always going to go according to plan and trying new vulnerable. Jennie then shares how she was able to make herself vulnerable by opening up about her past.*
*Jennie discusses what makes relationships work for her, and that is being open with your partner about everything. Being honest with yourself first can help you be more comfortable in the relationship. She also touches on not settling or compromising from who you are as a person and that it’s okay if we don’t fall in love because at least we’re living life authentically.*
*After discussing why people might think they want to live their lives without romantic partners when in reality they may need them, Jennie begins talking about why she thinks some of us hold ourselves back romantically. The last paragraph wraps things up for readers by saying “ifIf you’ve ever felt like there was something missing in your life, this blog post is for you. We’ll discuss why we don’t fall in love and how to make sure that never happens again.
*Start with the title. The blog post is titled “Why Don’t We Fall in Love” and it’s written by Jennie Clark, a writer who has managed to avoid getting into any serious romantic relationships for over fifteen years.*
*What does she want readers of this article to know? She wants them to know that they have felt something missing from their life before too and that there are ways they can ensure that never happens again.* *Jennie starts off telling readers how her thoughts on love changed when she started writing about dating 13 years ago. As time went on, there were things about herself she didn’t like but couldn’t change because of fear or lack of understanding. One thing was at first not being