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Here is a sentence:
You have to be nice to alleviate the social anxiety and start a healthy relationship.
Should it be like that or like this:
You have to be nice to alleviate the social anxiety and to start a healthy relationship."
The first does not have a to, but the second does. Which should I use, and why? Or doesn’t it matter?