It's the same as seeing the cover page of a book and thinking that the book is probably an interesting book, but after reading the book, you realized that the book isn't as interesting as you thought it is. Did I describe your feelings correctly? Clever me.I'm genuinely asking and interested
Pretty much this. The word 'love' gets confused in my many different ways. If you ever have a family and grow old with another person, you'll eventually end up looking at them one day all wrinkled and on the verge of death, truly understanding what it means to love.Love is not about being obsessed with someone, it's about finding perfect harmony with another person. Infatuation is obsessing over a guy in a boy band, and buying all their merchandise while saying that you two are soul mates.
Why is (romantic) love seen as something good? it's just obsessing over someone
how did you know and how sure you are that romantic love is equivalent to obsession?I'm genuinely asking and interested
It's not an end unto itself. I think the most unfortunate aspect of our current culture is an over value of romantic love. Romantic love is supposed to push two people together but it's not enough by itself if one or both people are extensively selfish, immature or lacking in morality.but it makes people really sad as well, hence the question
and most marriages end in a divorce so, is it really good?