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A Happy Valentine’s Day from US.

To those feeling lonely on Valentine’s Day,

Know that you are not alone in feeling this way. Even amidst the celebration of love, it’s okay to acknowledge your feelings. Remember, love comes in many forms beyond romantic relationships. Reach out to friends, family, or even engage in self-care activities that bring you joy. You are deserving of love and companionship, and this day is just a reminder that love exists in various forms, including the love you have for yourself. Take this opportunity to cherish your own company and know that brighter days filled with love and connection lie ahead.

With warmth and understanding,
The JLU Team

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Financial Abuse

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Emotional Abuse

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Physical Abuse

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Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse

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