Are people more attractive when they are taken?

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 25 January 2017 saa 12:23
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You probably have noticed this. You probably have found yourself feeling gravitated towards a man or woman who already is in a very functional relationship with someone else. If you have, and you thought, “what is wrong with me?” Not to worry, there’s nothing wrong with you, and you’re not the only one who has found his or herself in that situation. I think it comes with being human.

Research has proven it more than once that we tend to want what belongs to another; those things we cannot really have, the things that are most difficult to get, they are the things we tend to want. It’s like driving your car on the road, and you find someone with a newer looking model of the same year, you naturally would wish you could switch places with them.

I was speaking with a friend about this subject, a female, and although she has been in a relationship with her man for years, she said she’s sometimes felt attracted to other taken men too. So I think it’s a natural phenomenon. I don’t think it’s bad in itself, but obviously, it becomes bad if you can’t snap out of it, and it’s recurring. It’s a problem when you go out of your way to ruin a happy relationship because of infatuation. It’ll pass if you let it; it always does.

So ladies and gents, don’t get too disturbed if you find yourself attracted to another’s partner for a minute. It’s natural, but will pass, once you take it as what it is, infatuation.


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