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Article:Unrequited love
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'There are two dark sides to unrequited love, but only one is made familiar by our culture'<ref>Spitzberg, p. 308</ref> - that of the lover, not the rejector. In fact research suggests that the object of unrequited affection experiences a variety of negative emotions on a par with those of the suitor, including anxiety, frustration and guilt.<ref name="nytimes1"/> As [[Freud]] long since pointed out, 'when a woman sues for love, to reject and refuse is a distressing part for a man to play',<ref>Janet Malcolm, ''Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession'' (London 1988) p. 9</ref> and vice versa. The role of the rejector will often force them to 'feel morally repugnant and guilty'; and whereas the unrequited lover may always retain ''some'' hope, 'the rejector's potential outcomes are nearly all bad'.<ref>Spitzberg, p. 312</ref>
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'There are two dark sides to unrequited love, but only one is made familiar by our culture'<ref>Spitzberg, p. 308</ref> - that of the lover, not the rejector. In fact research suggests that the object of unrequited affection experiences a variety of negative emotions on a par with those of the suitor, including anxiety, frustration and guilt.<ref name="nytimes1"/> As [[Freud]] long since pointed out, 'when a woman sues for love, to reject and refuse is a distressing part for a man to play',<ref>Janet Malcolm, ''Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession'' (London 1988) p. 9</ref> and vice versa. The role of the rejector will often force them to 'feel morally repugnant and guilty'; and whereas the unrequited lover may always retain ''some'' hope, 'the rejector's potential outcomes are nearly all bad'.<ref>Spitzberg, p. 312</ref>come to the dark side
   
 
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