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Is it possible to love & hate at the same time to some person?

  1. urs_dipak profile image59
    urs_dipakposted 7 years ago

    Is it possible to love & hate at the same time to some person?

    Is it possible to love & hate at the same time to some person?

  2. rajivnandy profile image59
    rajivnandyposted 7 years ago

    Yes ...well its possible because there are certain things in a person you hate for the transgressions he/she has commited but at the same time u find certain good things about the person that overshadow his/her transgressions hence love hate is a dual effect

  3. SaturnLight profile image60
    SaturnLightposted 7 years ago

    yes, I think it is possible to love and hate someone at the same time.  For example: I think Jim Jones jr. hates his father James Jones for coercing all those people to kill themselves even his own family, but at the same time he loves him for adopting him in his family as the first African American to be adopted by a white person.  Plus People love there spouses always but also can hate them enough when they do something horrible that they want to kill them.  I do think the feeling we resort back to no matter what is love because if you truly love someone it is a whole lot stronger than hate.

  4. jeff3600 profile image56
    jeff3600posted 7 years ago

    yes. when you love some one but then they abuse you or do something awful to you and its so bad you hate them. but love will always be in there. it might fade and go away eventually, but you'll hate them and love them at first, and after awhile you'll only hate them.

  5. Tusitala Tom profile image66
    Tusitala Tomposted 7 years ago

    Being in love is quite different from loving someone.   Being in love bespeaks a deep-seated need which you believe you have found in that person with whom you are in love.  A part of you makes that person 'larger than life.'  This is especially so when that realization of being 'truly in love' occurs.   Unfortunately, no human being is 'larger than life,' and when they fail in some way to live up to our ideal of what we think/imagine/believe them to be, delusion (one might say, reality) sets in.    What we are loving or hating in them is a reflection of something within ourselves.
       
         It isn't that they had 'feet of clay,'   It's that we had our 'head in the clouds.'   We can yearn for them, long for them, and suffer for it, because we are in love.   But this need comes from our own insufficiency.  It's a deficienty which we try to make up for by finding something "outside" of ourselves - humankind's most basic mistake.

  6. urs_dipak profile image59
    urs_dipakposted 7 years ago

    Thanks for brief answers........................................

  7. M.s Fowler profile image40
    M.s Fowlerposted 7 years ago

    yes because you can hate the things that they do ans still love them!

 
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