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I know I should call it quits, but do I say something to him about it how he made me feel, or am I just being jealous? If she hasn’t been direct with him, that’s their problem. Depending on how receptive he is to hear what you have to say, you can kindly point out that he is fixated on her in an unhealthy way.That said, you have no obligation to say anything other than, “this is not working for me.” The information within Ask Erin should in no way be interpreted as medical advice because I’m not a medical professional.What drives a woman to go through a guy's email, linger outside his house in the pouring rain, or ditch her best friends for the chance to possibly run into her crush?The answer may lie within the same tiny area of the brain that fuels your most destructive addictions.
But she has repeatedly told everyone she is not interested in him like that.
For a while, he even kept the redhead's photo on his desk.
When it disappeared, instead of feeling relieved, Berlin waited until he was out of town, then tore through piles of his boxes until she unearthed the hated image, just so she could stare at it.
Once we get it into our head that someone would be a good life partner, the brain is very well built to turn a person into a doormat." Fisher's MRI studies also suggest that when someone is crazy in love, the insular cortex, a brain region associated with anxiety, lights up like a Christmas tree.
Which is why, when your crush's texts stop coming ("He said he would BRB! Then there's the roiling mix of hormones that make you sexually hungry for the object of your obsession. His age (35) and success were a potent combination, and she was instantly attracted. "He'd pick me up, and we'd go back to his place and have sex," Katz says.