Sometimes that could be the only person that we have left. We don't want to be by ourself
because when you truly love someone, you look over there mistakes and accept for who they are and what they do, even if involves putting them before ourselves. Unfortunately.
We remember them as when they were nice and sweet; and are not able to accept that they're changed
Love is funny stuff....once it's there, rooted in your soul, it's hard to eradicate. I think deep inside hope never dies that the ones we love will someday love us just as we do them. When that never happens, we are surprised over and over again....and hurt. It hurts JUST as much to turn and walk away from the abusive loved one....because the love continues to haunt you....so...you choose. Your addiction...to the love you feel....or freedom from the hurts.
It's a flaw of the human race. Love is a powerful drug, and a person will endure an idiot for years just to get that next fix.
People continue to hurt us because they know we will never stop loving them. Therefore we need to learn to love ourselves first.
Because love, unfortunately, isn't a switch we can just turn on and off
because love is real, hurt is an illusion