Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

We Don’t Fall in Love With People. We Fall in Love With (Emotion) Scripts

It’s why we find good guys boring and good girls predictable.

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Have you ever wondered why the hell do we chase people who don’t want us? Why do we remain in toxic, even abusive, relationships, or move from one unsatisfying partner to another without being able to settle down?




Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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Margaret Pan

Margaret Pan

Thoughtful writer. I write about books, relationships, psychology, and personal development. Newsletter + more: https://linktr.ee/margpan

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