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the characters from, "Confusing Love with Obsession" fundamentally fall in the mania classification when choosing what their style of cherishing and love is. The fourth style mania characterizes that people love style is one that is possessive, requesting and loaded with distinctive dream fixation. In the book, the general population seemed to be controlling, it is an issue that is seen a great deal in relationships without a substantial purpose behind it. The issue that is found is that many individuals mistake love for fixation. Despite the fact that it is not understood it's not shocking that individuals have a tendency to have a craziness, adore or mania style. The individual in the relationship that has the lunacy style needs to control the relationship to guarantee that they can control the other which to them implies that they control the adoration and the love. The endeavor to control someone with a specific end goal of being in control will eventually cause a crack in any relationship and eventually cause the relationship to deteriorate. At that time, what once looked like love is looking more like fixation, and the commanding control pushes the other partner involved in the relationship away. A relationship under these circumstances normally end in torment as the relationship arrives at an end. In the book, the woman wound up noticeably grief stricken when she finds that her better half has eyes for something beyond her; she was attempting to ensure that she knew about each progression he took including when he went on trips she needed to be there in his presence. Until the point when the unbelievable happens and her significant other goes on an excursion and he didn't welcome her. In her mind, there must be
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