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People say the best things in life are for free Indeed among those free things in life love is definitely free however it comes with consequences beyond measure The tingly feelings in the stomach constantly daydreaming of your partner and enjoying spending time with your partner are all signs of being in love I remember my first love she had long beautiful black hair thick juicy lips and long eyelashes that would mesmerize any guy walking pass her The feelings I had for her were deep but soon I realize my life was taking a turn because of the way I felt for her Indeed the deep feelings I had for her made me realize I had a lesson to learn because my social life was slowly diminishing my health was taking a toll and my grades were dropping in school First I realize that my social life was slowly disappearing because of my relationship It was a Saturday night I was sitting home doing nothing At that time my girlfriend was busy with her school work All the sudden my phone rang and I picked up My friend shouted loudly behind the phone get dressed we are coming to pick you up For a second I got a burst of excitement running down my spine and then I realize my girlfriend might not approve of my going out without her I went anyway The joy of spending time with my friends was priceless We went out to eat movies and of course chasing after girls in the mall We definitely had our fun After I got home around 10 PM I got a phone call from my girlfriend She asked me where I was with a sarcastic tone of voice I responded stupid me home That response was the beginning of a very ugly and controlling relationship It just happened that my girlfriends friend had seen us in the mall and she
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