Sometimes loving someone means leaving them

Sometimes loving someone means leaving them:

Love is one of the hardest things for a person to understand. Some people still struggle today to understand what it is and others just refuse to accept love. Saying this, there are many questions people will ask. One of the most controversial sayings is “Sometimes loving someone means leaving them.” I believe that this is entirely wrong. I believe this for many different reasons.

To begin with, if you truly loved someone you would not leave them, because you could not live without them.You may not directly know how badly this could effect your boyfriend or girlfriend. People think this is okay to leave them because they could be bad for them or doing this to help your partner but if you do this, it causes so much damage. Damage that is forever lasting. The most common psychological effects experienced by the person being dumped are:

  • Pain
  • Obsession/Rumination
  • Stress Response
  • Identity Shift

This can last for a very long time and may cause extreme depression. This is why leaving someone is wrong. Even if you think it is the right decision it is not. One of my favorite quotes about this subject is, “If you really love someone, even if there was a million reasons to leave, you would still look for that one reason to stay.” This quote is very inspirational because it shows you even if you are thinking about leaving there is always one thing holding you back which is love.

Below Please Voice your opinions on this subject: Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Tell me if you think it is okay to leave someone out of love.

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Info: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/psychological-effects-breaking-up-dr-anita-sanz
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