Good point. But, what about the emotional connection in the relationship?
What do you do when your emotional connection to the relationship is so strong that you find it hard to break the relationship? Unlike a class room instructor, or a pair of shoes, or a wire bra, ... a relationship comes with a lot more baggage (more attachments) to it. How would you proceed?
An emotional attachment to a person or thing would mean that the relationship was fulfilling an emotional need within you. You use that person or object as a means to connect to some emotion or belief you feel or have inside you. The person or relationship is a means for you to connect with your own self. This hub tells you How to identify the emotional connection, and the means to set you free of it. read more
by Laura Cole 6 years ago
What commits you to the relationship you are in?What do you believe makes a strong, committed relationship? Is it a physical connection? Emotional connection? Financial connection? Would you stay with someone even if they could no longer work, be intimate and go out with you...
by Abimbola Akinbuwa-Onwueme 8 months ago
What does "I love you, but I'm not in love with you" mean?
by hinckles koma 9 years ago
is it natural to be married? please explain why or why not thankz. love all
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I feel like I'm losing me. And I don't know who's taking my place. Or how to get myself back. Or if I should even try to hold on to me?
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