How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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And another thing...

In some side thoughts to a conversation I had last night about infatuation, I've come to the conclusion that infatuation, like everything else, is niether a good thing, nor a bad thing. Often, infatuation does lead to silly stupid problems, but that's not infatuation's fault- it's a mishandling of it. The tricky thing about infatuation is it feels really good (and sometimes really painful), and we've been conditioned to believe that love feels that good (and that painful), therefore it must be love, and so we get lead into rather silly things in the name of "love", but with infatuation at the wheel.


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