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I talked about how love impairs the mind and doesn't allow much to make correct judgement. Are there any other disadvantages to love which may end up hurting the person in love?

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    Love is a strong emotion and emotion can persuade someone to "follow the heart" and NOT the head. It can be easy to make irrational decisions.


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    thanks :)

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