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Do you find yourself becoming chronically obsessed with a love interest? Here is why

Updated: Aug 2, 2023


People who exhibit high levels of co-dependency, narcissistic traits, hyper attachment, cluster B disorders or any attachment issues intermittently find themselves impartially  infatuating or impulsively entering a new relationship while also unconsciously obsessing over past relationships that didn't work out.
Do you find yourself becoming chronically obsessed with a love interest? Here is why

People who exhibit high levels of co-dependency, narcissistic traits, hyper attachment, cluster B disorders or any attachment issues intermittently find themselves impartially infatuating or impulsively entering a new relationship while also unconsciously obsessing over past relationships that didn't work out. Because emotional trauma requires us to disengage from the pain it causes, obsessive behaviour keeps you from feeling the emotional agony and pain you are actually facing, which causes us to sit with a type of evasion. Fantasizing over them results in hurt, exasperation, despondency, and a sense of repudiation to the breakup of the connection.

Thus, the primary motivation behind obsessive activity is to prevent experiencing discomfort. This is due to the fact that until we break the pattern, comprehend the source, and put an end to the cycle of abuse, the problems from our past keep coming up. Using one person in an effort to love another is one definition of a rebound relationship. Because of this it is indispensable that we spend time getting to know others rather than letting strong chemistry, which breeds dreams and illusion, rule the relationship. Our emotions are wounded following a breakup. It may seem like a healing balm on the wound if someone new enters the picture. It is possible to misinterpret the rush for good feelings for love. Positive sentiments that come on quickly could be misconstrued for love. When a relationship ends, a significant portion of our life are often lost. This gap can be filled by a rebound relationship, which imitates the emotion of love.

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It actually opened up a totally vital perspective to one of the biggest issues : narcissistic traits - and its multiple faces


Beautifully written, and in a short summary completely explained a lot !


Very impressive blog

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