there is no right and wrong answer.How can you say such things when Writer is giving her answer based on her life experiences??you are extraordinarily
That's a very good question and while I think the feelings are similar I think THIS aptly describes the difference. If it's with someone you know is wrong for you (they're married, have cheated multiple times in the past, have an addiction, are abusive, etc.) and you still think you can move foward you're in the fog.In love is with someone you should be with.
In the fog is with someone you should not be with.
I'm confused by that response too. Maybe he didnt mean to quote Writer? :scratchhead:there is no right and wrong answer.How can you say such things when Writer is giving her answer based on her life experiences??
From where I'm sitting you seem to be the one who is "extraordinarily socially and psychologically very confused."
that would make more sense.if that's the case then I apologize for misreading.I'm confused by that response too. Maybe he didnt mean to quote Writer? :scratchhead:
If you just look at the answer and forget that Writer was quoted it makes sense as a definition of being in the fog.
MLC... in your late twenties/early thirties? :scratchhead:A. Infatuation is mother nature's helping hand.
B. Love is a commitment and a desire to be and care for someone.
C. Fog is usually a MLC, which masks as A to the confused.
MLC can happen in the 20s, 30s, 50s but mostly in the 40's.MLC... in your late twenties/early thirties? :scratchhead:
For that matter, when WOULD you classify it as a MLC? Age range, I mean. And if someone is having any form of sexual contact with someone outside the marriage...while the marriage is NOT open, it is an affair. If there is an emotional connection to someone...which SHOULD be a connection to the spouse, it is affair. MLC or not.
I say it is the same thing. Same brain chemicals.How do you distinguish being truly "in love" versus being in "the fog"???