“I have a lot of feelings about people’s need to monitor the food intake allergies or health problems of other people. To take them really personally and feel the need to judge them as ‘real’ or not.”

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“I have a lot of feelings about people’s need to monitor the food intake allergies or health problems of other people. To take them really personally and feel the need to judge them as ‘real’ or not.”

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