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29 Days

Many people in the world are good people inside, but sometimes there is a shell on the outside that blurs their true colours. Often times, all it takes is finding a person that brings the best of them out to break the shell. It’s often very difficult to find that person and many people never do find that person; it’s very apparent from the number of divorces we see happening in our society. When you do find the right person, do you analyze every one of their mannerisms or do you just trust your feelings? What if you want to spend every minute of the day with this person? Will the feelings be somewhat sustained? I compare it to hearing a song that you love that makes you feel really good. You get tired of some songs after a while, but there are other songs that no matter how many times you hear them you never get bored of them. Even after 5 years, you still hear that special song and it still gives you that feeling that you felt the very first time you heard the song.

If you make it through the 3-month test where the physical attraction may wear off and you still feel the same way, is this an indicator that it could be the person for you? What about 29 days?