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Despite what most people seem to think, falling in love does not guarantee loyalty — from either party.
Falling in love doesn’t even guarantee staying in love, so even if the apple of your eye is the only apple you see, it doesn’t guarantee that you won’t want to have an orange some time down the line.

Love is a living, breathing thing that requires constant attention and nurturing.

With that said, it’s easily understandable that there will come a time when your loyalty is tested.
There will be a time when you will have to make a decision to either remain faithful or have a bite of the forbidden fruit.

The only real advice is to do whatever it is that you want to do. Only be sure that you know what it is that you want to do. Most people want to stay loyal, but have difficulty continuously find a reason to do so. Here are eight ways to help you make the right decision:

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If you are seeking help with a relationship of any kind or need relationship guidance in Oklahoma County through a situation you can contact Kevon Owen at 405-740-1249 or you can visit his website at