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Ten Demandments to Insure Unhappiness in a Relationship

  1. Thou shalt shield me from all anxiety.

  2. Thou shalt have no other interests other than me.

  3. Thou shalt forgive me no matter what I do.

  4. Thou shalt know what I want without me saying it.

  5. Thou shalt speak highly of me to others.

  6. Thou shalt take responsibility for all my mistakes.

  7. Thou shalt do whatever I say without question.

  8. Though shalt respond to all my financial obligations.

  9. Though shalt put my need in front of your own, always.  (I accept that my needs are not your priority.)

  10. Though shalt not place any expectations on me whatsoever.

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