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kamille
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Hi, this is a question about the soul and being hurt, and the vicious cycle of low self-worth.

I recently slept with someone who I barely know. We've only seen each other in person maybe ten times, and we often talk to each other over the internet. We were out at a party and he invited me back to his house. I've read many cheesy articles on the internet stating, "You've set the boundaries for this relationship as a FWB," or "Now all you're showing for yourself is that you're an easy lay." And all of this stuff. So...I'm just wondering if we could have a little chat about how sleeping with someone "too soon," can correlate with low self-worth and how to raise my confidence to make me project that I want to be respected and valued.

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