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Wedding bells or single again: psychology predicts where your relationship is headed

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imageI'm not feeling a strong commitment to wed.Couple image via www.shutterstock.com.

Is he or she the one? You know… the one to introduce to my parents, the one to move in with, the one to start a family with, the one to marry? At some point in every dating relationship, you ask yourself some version of these questions.

Of course you’re...

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