The Sleeping Beauty Syndrome and Unavailable Love

I speak a lot about romance and unavailable love on this page. The subject of why we can find ourselves so hung up on individuals who simply can’t give us what we need has always fascinated me — no less due to my own struggles in unrequited love. How we can so clearly want more and yet continuously place ourselves in positions where we settle for less despite clear red flags as to why we shouldn’t.

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