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The idea that people we surround ourselves with influence our lives, behaviors, and, to an extent, our chances of success is a pillar of the self-development movement.

This philosophy is instrumental in business, fitness, and mental health. Some areas of life I haven’t seen adopting this concept are dating and romantic realtionships.

Our significant others are people we spend more time with than with anybody else. We’re also, usually, more engaged emotionally with them than with other people. And yet much of dating advice focuses on mutual respect, sexual attraction, similar view on life, and the future. …


Izabella Korgol-Nowicki

Fitness, self-development and efficiency.

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