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What is the difference between a fatal attraction and love

  1. rosemarie1113 profile image60
    rosemarie1113posted 6 years ago

    What is the difference between a fatal attraction and love

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  2. onegoodwoman profile image75
    onegoodwomanposted 6 years ago

    One will see you through hard and difficult times.


    The other one, will KILL you.

  3. xethonxq profile image63
    xethonxqposted 6 years ago

    I would think the biggest difference is obsession....deadly obsession.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 6 years ago

    A fatal attraction is generally thought to be a person who is a stalker someone had the misfortune of getting involved with for a short time.
    When the relationship has ended they refuse to let go. Initally they do their best to try and win back the object of their attraction. When that fails they torment them and anyone else this person starts dating. In the worst of cases someone ends up dead. (Thus the word "fatal")
    Real love involves having the ability to accept rejection because we love ourself enough not to want to be with someone who does not want to be with us.

  5. lburmaster profile image83
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    Love cannot be defined. It is more of a passion, not an obsession, that does not control you. You simply feel it there. It conforts you. Just being around them makes you feel satisfied or content. You can live with them or live without them. As long as you had them for a time. You feel attached to them, like you want to protect them in a soft way.
    Fatal attraction is simply that, an attraction towards another that causes negative outcomes. You want to be around them more than you can feel. You are often times overwhelmed while with them. You strive to be around them so hard. It's an obsession. They are your world. You will have them at any cost. Harm? It doesn't exist. If they get hurt it's fine as long as you have them. Pain? As long as they don't die because then you would have to punish them or the one who hurt them. Etc, etc, etc.
    You do not have to be in a relationship for either to occur. Some fatal attractions happen by someone you just see at a glance or barely know. Someone who feels a fatal attraction will harm others around to for a purpose while those who love would never consider harming them.

 
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