From Idiotic Peccary, 5 Months ago, written in Plain Text.
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  10. I just came out of a long term relationship, and before we even got together we were talking on the phone every day for months, and exchanging emails. When we first met in person, there was a lot of lust and desire present, despite the fact that she is not my 'type' and I am not hers.
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  12. Lust is necessary for a healthy relationship, I agree with that. Lust should not be the basis of the relationship, however. There are too many people who think "Let's hook up, and we will see if we are compatible after"... Lust is something that can be created. It can be generated, even by just changing the way you look at your partner.
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  14. As for people changing. Before you tell me I don't understand, my partner had MS, so I know a little bit about physical limitations, though I am sure it is not to the extent your wife suffered. I agree withy ou 100% that you cannot expect them to change when their behaviour is constrained by a physical condition... On the other hand, claiming that "A person can not change their nature." is a bit ridiculous. That is like saying that a chronic overeater cannot learn to control himself and lose weight. That a chronic smoker can't stop smoking. That people can't decide to better themselves. That there is no room for self-improvement, whatever you are, you are and you can't do anything else so there is no point in trying.
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