This comment by coach.mass on the post 9 Ways to Lose the Woman You Love…For Good
Steve, I would argue that applying some logic to love is a good thing. So much of how we understand love to be is shrouded in nonsensical, overwrought romanticism. This leads to a lack of accountability. After all, how can someone be held accountable when they can simply say love is crazy and unpredictable? Why bother with exchanging sacred marriage vows if, in the end, they aren’t sacred at all? This romantic nonsense cheapens real love which should be rooted in the reality of how relationships work. Flowers and candy on Valentine’s Day will not save a busted relationship.
Question of the Day:
Does including logic and rational thoughts and action into a loving relationship enhance or detract from its longevity and depth?
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