You Can Fall in Love with a Serial Killer But That Doesn’t Mean You Should be with Him

November 11, 2009 by drifau  
Published in Relationships

Have you ever fallen in love with someone you knew was wrong for you? Find out what to do to avoid the same mistake again.

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Have you ever fallen in love with someone that you knew was no good for you? Maybe it wasn’t even love but rather lust. You know how that feels right, the uncontrollable chemistry that takes over your every thought and causes you to do things you never dreamed you would do. When you try to rationalize the feelings you might wonder how it can be the wrong person if you are in love with them. Won’t that make everything alright? Won´t love conquer all, keep you strong, bond you together?

Absolutely not!

You can fall in love with a serial killer but that doesn’t mean you should be with him.

So how can you avoid falling in love with someone who is totally wrong for you? It is not as simple as it seems but I have come up with a few tips to help you in your search for your soul mate. Almost everyone has been in love at some point in their lives. If we are lucky, we have fond memories of falling in love but unfortunately love tends to fade or become less important as the true nature of the relationship reveals itself. Falling in love can be the best thing that has ever happened to you but when it happens with the wrong person pain and suffering are sure to follow. Love and lust can come right out of left field and ambush you, knock you over and take your breath away. Do you know that feeling? When you fall hard for someone who is not even close to being right for you. How about when you fall in love with someone who is not in love with you. Oh wait here is the killer you fall in love with someone who does nothing but make you feel bad. Sometimes the person we think is the one, our soul mate, the love of our lives is the one person we should not be with. They may even be very nice, great in fact but just bring out the worst in us. Push our buttons, cause us to retreat into ourselves or behave in an unbecoming manor. What is wrong with us? Why do we stay in these relationships and why on earth would we allow ourselves to get sucked in to this kind of situation. Why doesn’t the heart understand that falling in love is reserved for the right one, the soul mate, the yin to your yang, not the wrong one, the” I am wasting my time” or the “used to be different” type of person. Definitely not the low down person you happen to be unlucky enough to meet on that unlucky day. There have been countless times when I have been chatting with a friend only to find out that they have fallen in love with the wrong person. They don’t always realize it. Sometimes they even seem to believe they are in love with the one, but always in the end whether it takes 2 weeks 2 years or 20 years they realize it. I often think about what it is we are doing wrong and how we can avoid this and here are some of my conclusions.

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  1. Joie Schmidt Says:

    The title made me half to read this – - good advice.

    Blessings.

    Sincerely,

    -Liane Schmidt.


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