Dating out of pity
I'm just wondering, is it possible that someone stays with you out of pity and not love?
or someone is just going through the motions of the relationship and is just staying with you...until they find someone better?
The cost of your money at the price of your emotional stability. from my personal archives: I told one woman how bad I was doing with “other” women. Acting maturely is where attraction begins for women and if that’s all we have to do – you must admit that’s a hell of lot easier.
How terrible my life was and how lonely I was without someone to call my girlfriend. It only leads to lowering your character and her respect and will lead to the next tip – trying to buy her affection…
Typical attitudes of compassion address those near and dear who need constant help, for example, a family member seriously ill, mentally retarded, or physically disabled.
Pity and compassion are not generated in every case of bad luck, but only when we believe that someone suffers from substantial misfortune.
Recently I found out that he self-harms and has even attempted suicide.
While pity involves the belief in the inferiority of the object, compassion assumes equality in common humanity.
In many cases of pity we could offer substantial help, but perceive ourselves as being unable, or not obliged, to do so.
Arguably the desire to respect and care for others comes naturaly but so does the desire to disrespect and to cause harm.
So if you expect love to come naturally you should also expect it to fade naturally. Yes people obviously stay even when the "being in love" mental state fades.