The Paradox of Mutual Exclusivity

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The Paradox of Mutual Exclusivity
What is the difference between disliking someone and liking them too much? Well a lot can be said as answers to that but the real treat is finding the single similarity. It’s all a little confusing at first but do think about it.
The familiar fundamentals in “dislike” and a little too much “like” is the underlying notion of discomfort.
It is discomfort that makes one dislike, and discomfort that makes one realise their overly extended like of someone or something.
On both occasions it makes one uncomfortable being connected to such associations. To disassociate is a word easier spelt than a deed conducted. How interesting it is that feelings seemingly un-associated can have such common ground.

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