Love is an Addiction!

Philippines
January 2, 2009 7:20pm CST
Do you think that love sometimes turns into an addiction? There are some circumstances that love really turns out to be an addiction of such individual. But in youe own site of view, you really think so too? And when it'll be an addiction, is it that harmful the individual involved
2 responses
• Philippines
3 Jan 09
You are addicted to someone if : 1. Even though your objective judgment (and perhaps the judgment of others) tells you that the relationship is bad for you and that you cannot realistically expect any improvement, you take no effective steps to end it. 2. You give yourself reasons for staying in it that do not hold water and not really strong enough to balance the negatives. 3. You have feelings of emptiness, worthlessness, loneliness, and insecurity that you believe you can remedy only by staying connected with that particular person. 4. You feel dread when you think of ending the relationship and being without him or her. The dread becomes panic when you move toward ending it. 5. When you take steps to end the relationship you experience withdrawals symptoms, which may take the form of shakiness, crying spells, not being able to sleep, sleeping all the time, not being able to eat, eating all the time, intestinal upset and feelings of depression or grief. 6. After ending the relationship, you found yourself dialing her/his number again. Yes, that could be very harmful salbahis.. :( I hope that this signs help people who is suffering from a love addiction.. Happy New Year!!
@marty3888 (2359)
• United States
3 Jan 09
I think it can be. Think of all the people who HAVE to have a boyfriend or girlfriend. The only way love can be harmful is if in fact you look for it so much and am willng to settle. But I think that goes hand in hand with not going through the work of actually getting to know that person before you either move in or get married. I know a girl who met a neigbor at a mailbox and marrie him two weeks later. He ended up chasing her with a knife.