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Precisely. People are quite horrified that I am not 'in love' with my husband. Being 'in love' is usually more about loving the idea of being 'in love' rather than loving the actual person. That is far more lokely to fail, because ideas are usually ideals. Far too easy for an ideal to suddenly not be ideal. Loving the actual person is far more sustainable and healthy. I too am amazed that adults have not made this realisation for themselves. Rtaher that they believe the movies without thinking and feeling for themselves.
aww, shucks thanks. people seem to dislike me alot online.....after all i am an..."un-charming version of an ENFP" lol...just saw kingsfish's comment and saw you wrote in that thread you are living in Germany...are you German? Something about Germans...or I am an honorary one - they are like my favourite culture in the world along with Japanese ♥^^♥! Cos they understand me, or I can relate better than both my ethnic culture and my socialised culture...bizarre I know...anyway, unfortunately I very rarely meet any cos I live at the end of the earth *sigh
Thank you. 'Friendzone' is s utterly foreign to me that I can't even fully conceptualise what it could mean. It just doesn't exist here (Australia) and I never heard about it or observed in any of the European countries. It's just bizarre.
I agree, very good comment, I just believe we all have a limit on how many times we can raise from the dead, there are lost causes and even if we are loyal we can walk away from something that has no future. Just my opinion.