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(taken with pinhole)

Choices…
M.

“Mi consultorio, en problemas afectivos, se divide en tres grandes grupos de personas:

– Aquellas que quieren ser queridas más de lo que son queridas,
– Aquellas que quieren dejar de querer a aquél que no las quiere más porque les es muy doloroso, y
– Aquellas que les gustaría querer más a quien ya no quieren, porque todo sería más fácil.

Lamentablemente, todos se enteran de las mismas malas noticias: No sólo no podemos hacer nada para que nos quieran, sino que tampoco podemos hacer nada para dejar de querer.

Qué fácil sería todo si se pudiera aumentar el “quererómetro” apretando un botón y querer al otro más o menos de lo que uno lo quiere, o girar una palanca hasta conseguir equiparar el flujo de tu emoción con el mío”.

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“At my work, people with emotional problems are divided into three main groups:
– Those who want to be loved more than they are really loved,
– Those who want to stop loving the one who already stopped loving them because this situation is very painful, and
– Those who want to love more the one althought they already stopped loving him, because then everything would be easier.

Unfortunately, everyone realize about the same bad news: Not only we can not do anything about the fact that “we love”, but we can not do anything to stop loving.

How easy everything would be if we could increase the “lovemeter” pushing a botton and then, to love the other more or less according what we want, or turn up and down a lever to put the flow of your excitement with mine”.

Jorge Bucay

♫  Ben Harper & Jack Johnson – Please Me Like You Want To

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