Why do I Love the Wrong Person?

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I love the wrong person. It’s not that I don’t love my partner, or that our relationship isn’t wonderful—it’s just that sometimes it feels like a roller coaster ride with no way off. The good news is that this doesn’t have to be an insurmountable obstacle; there are ways to make sure your relationship works for both of you.

There’s the emotional aspect.

There’s the emotional aspect. You’re in love, and it feels great. You want to be with that person forever, but there’s also this worry that things will end up being bad for both of you in the long run. If your partner doesn’t treat you right or if they change as time goes on and become more selfish/self-centered than what you thought they would be when first met (or even worse), then I guess there’s always a chance that things could go downhill after all—and if they did happen to end badly because one or both partners made an error in judgment…it would probably cause more harm than good overall!

You’re not doing anything wrong, even if it feels that way.

You’re not doing anything wrong, even if it feels that way.

It is important to remember that we are all human, and thus prone to mistakes. We don’t always make the best decisions or choices when faced with new information or circumstances. It is also true that each person’s life experiences are different from one another—and so there will be times when you feel like something is “wrong,” but in truth there wasn’t anything exactly wrong: just your own perception of what was going on around you at that time.

The same goes for love: someone can love another person completely at first sight (this happens), but then later find themselves attracted only towards other people as opposed to their original crush; this doesn’t mean they were ever “in love” with them in the first place! What matters most isn’t whether two people end up together after dating each other; rather how well they treat each other throughout their relationship (and whether both parties feel respected).

Love isn’t always going to be as easy and fun as we’d like it to be.

Love isn’t always going to be as easy and fun as we’d like it to be. You can’t always get what you want, or at least not in the way that makes you happy. Sometimes you have to do the right thing even if it hurts, even if it doesn’t make sense and is hard on your heart and mind.

Love isn’t a game, but sometimes we treat it like one – especially when we’re young kids looking for someone who will love us unconditionally all day long (which is another reason why most people don’t see themselves getting married until their 30s). And then there’s also this whole idea of “love” being something that happens only once in our lifetime… which often leads us down paths where nothing good happens at all!


So, if you’re in a relationship with someone who isn’t right for you, it doesn’t mean that your love is wrong. Love can be hard and messy. But if you love someone who is not the right person for you, don’t be afraid to tell them and work on yourself instead of fixing them.

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