I am precisely putting it up, prasoon. Where there is love, there ONLY is the hatred. If there is no love the question of hatred never emerges. Love and hatred are, in a nut shell, 2 sides of a coin - is what my impression, prasoon.
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One of the most obvious features of love-hate relationships is the fiery desire to get even. Just as we try so hard to put up a show of how "we're loving", many of us (unknowingly) also try so hard to put up a show of how "we're hating". And this is how it plays out:
-- Since you treat me with animosity, I'll be unpleasant to you.
-- If you do not listen to me, I will insistently nag you (call, email, text and basically piss you off).
-- Since you misinterpret my words and actions, I will put the worst interpretation on your words and actions.
-- Since you put me down, I will put you down too.
-- Since you hurt my feelings, I'll hurt yours too.
-- If you don't say "I love you", I won't either.
-- You want to play cold and aloof, two can play that game.
These are just a few examples, the list is endless and can go all the way to the really sick crazy end when the "switch" to the area of the brain linked to judgment and reasoning goes all the way to "off.