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And since his predecessors in his spiritual lineage had multiple wives, certainly he should have them. There is something wrong with you that only he has identified because he is so enlightened. While he is free to enjoy his spiritually-sanctioned dalliances, you’re in big trouble if he even thinks you’re cheating on him. He convinces you that you are weak because you have human feelings, and he is strong and enlightened because he is a master of non-attachment.He’s not a womanizer — he’s just really good at not getting attached!He is a master of using psycho-babble and “non-violent communication”.
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