Is it possible to stop falling in love
2 Nov 06
I think if you start having feeling for someone who is not available, or if you yourself are married, then you remove yourself from the vicinity of that person. Love needs sustanence to survive and if you are not in contact with the person you are having feelings for, then that love will not come to fruition. If you stop it before that time, then the feelings you have are not love based on something real but feelings based on memories, which will only recall the good things and not the bad. If the person is married, and you claim to love him as more than a friend, then you are not a good friend to his wife. If you are married, then you are not being faithful to your husband because your attention is directed to a person other than your husband. I love my husband, love my son and love some friends but the feelings I have for each of them are different. For example, the love for my husband is very deep and has many different aspects to it. The love for our son is also deep but as a parent loves a child. Our friends, I love them for a variety of things but most of all I love them for being who they are, i.e. special people. All of the love I have for them only survives because the relationships are nourished.