“Do You Still Love Me?” – Another Kind Of Selfishness

I found there is a type of persons, who would always let others make choices for them. Or, if they know what to choose, they would “design” a complicated scenario to force others to choose for them. The “benefit” of acting like this is that when things don’t go as they expected, they don’t have to be responsible.

i.e., when they no longer love or like someone, instead of saying: “sorry I don’t love you.” or “I am sorry to say that I’ve been feeling very difficult to be your friend.” they would say:” Do you still love me or not?” “Do you still want to be me friend or not?”

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Can We Choose Our Emotions?

Emotions, especially the kind that are strong and destructive, such as anger, rage, feeling offended, are not something we can choose, or necessarily choose, but something we should learn to control.