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    committment, obligation and promise

    What are the differences between committment, obligation and promise when it comes to intimacy?

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    Re: committment, obligation and promise

    How exactly do you mean?
    Perhaps if you post your own views we can discuss them.

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    Re: committment, obligation and promise

    Quote Originally Posted by Hedwig View Post
    How exactly do you mean?
    Perhaps if you post your own views we can discuss them.
    Tom said,

    1. "May, I enjoy being with you but I really can't make any promise whether we will move on any further between us."

    2. "May, I enjoy being with you but I really can't make any promise whether we will move on any further between us."

    3. "May, I enjoy being with you but I would rather having no obligation in doing everything between us"
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    4. Are the above writings correct?
    Ju

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