The Reason Why We Lose Interest in People Who Show Too Much Interest in Us

 November 05, 2016

The Reason Why We Lose Interest in People Who Show Too Much Interest in Us

We want a partner with greater worth and then ourselves. This insecurity messes things up and always gets in the way of happiness. I see no end to this saga. When someone likes us too much we think they are flawed and have less value. When someone likes us just enough, we think they have equal value. But when someone doesn’t reciprocate at all we smell the love in the air and feel the butterflies in the stomach… oh and heart shaped balloons flying around.

How long are we going to let this happen? Can’t we give a chance to someone interested in us, for a change? Can’t we just drop our egos? There is nothing wrong with a person that likes you. If someone treats you special doesn’t mean he has nothing better to do. Is it not possible that they are sincerely interested you. We can keep running and winning races and breaking hearts or we can stop at one and live our lives with that one person. The choice is yours; keep hanging to balloons filled with ego until they burst and you fall down or hop on the train of love to eternity.


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The Reason Why We Lose Interest in People Who Show Too Much Interest in Us

37 comments on “The Reason Why We Lose Interest in People Who Show Too Much Interest in Us

  1. It is such a paradox, just like anything in life. If everyone stop getting interested in the unattainable, then there won’t be anyone interested in us either, to whom we could give chance to. And the one the ideal one, for whom people are after, if s/he is reading it, their ego is going to burst actually.

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