Mentally, emotionally, physically, platonically and romantically. I want to know just in case I feel it.
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I think the word love is sort of cringe tbh. I hate all the fruity shit. That being said, I still recognize what it's meant to reference. I'll logically break what I personally know in a non-cringe way. In my opinion it's just sequent variations of intimacy.
Starting out, I could describe it as an intense euphoria that makes you feel like you're on top of the world. Trust goes back and forth and your emotions towards each other tend to fluctuate very intensely when you start to form that bond. Turns you crazy in the beginning stages because you're not used to feeling those emotions and it's hard to process it all in a rational perspective initially.
Over time you finally let down all your barriers, and the fact that someone accepts you for who you genuinely are as a person comes with it the repercussion of being emotionally invested/dependent to each other. Being emotionally invested/dependent is difficult because you have to look at each other in a different lens. You have to look in the best interest of the two of you.
Some people can't understand or fully grasp the responsibility in that transition. This is why you hear so much of "she was a bitch' or 'he was a complete asshole, I regret it' This is where most people break up.
If you two have made it past that then it's just a matter of if they are willing to endure each others flaws and rough patches. The more you endure together the more trusting you become of each other.
At that point you two are pretty much stuck to each other till one of them says I've had enough or loses interest when truly seeing who that other person is. All of this literally creates a chemical reaction in the brain of attachment when around each other.
When people break up from an intense relationship, it could be compared to an opiate addiction. Just like a heroin user over time, the body gets used to those substances, your system will rely on drugs just to get through a normal day. When taking away a dependency, withdrawal is only imminent.
It comes down to whether or not to relapse (aka going back to them after a breakup) You have to flush your brain of that chemical dependency and this only comes with time.
Typically, only the feeble minded go back to their exes. Strong minded people realize it's just a process to get through and put their emotions to the side for the duration of time till they come logically come to grasps with their decision.
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