In my opinion, when we ignore the more important things in our day in order to monitor or brood over something/someone far less important, that's where obsession starts.
For example, say person X and Y went out for a date and after a week, X messages Y asking if they can meet up again. Y doesn't answer and X gets more frantic with every moment. X even goes into social networking sites and checks Y's last activity to see if Y is active online or not. This is just the boundary line of obsession.
What if X just watches Y even though they have never had any form of relationship. X tries to find our if Y is single/married. X is happy and sad at the same time to see that Y is involved yet not married. And so X has this space for Y thoughts.
I think in this case, it's better to find out how committed Y is to the partner, why Y hasn't married him/her. If it's due to commitment issues, pursuing Y would be time waste. But if it's unhappiness, X and Y has a good chance..
by Poppa Blues7 years ago
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by Kenna McHugh3 years ago
Why are so many people obsessed with money and wealth?
by jaydawg8084 years ago
How do you know when you're too obsessed with the work you do? And what do you do to not think about work at home?
by Catherine Mostly2 years ago
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by Lawretta Ikenga7 years ago
I hear everyone has an obsession for something, mine is fashion. whats yours?
by Elizabeth19864 months ago
I'm married. I've a crush on a married man. How do I snuff the crush? I'm growing weaker by the day.
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