It's not until you reach adulthood that a person can formulate even a sheer understanding of the complexities of relationships, beginning with the connection between parent and child.
From there, the confusion ironically continues to build and becomes unfortunately frustrating as you try to filter friendships, romantic relationships, and beyond.
However, the excessive chemistry tends to be explosive and they often break up just as fast.
You often see this pattern with the non-secure attachment styles.
Whether you find yourself expressing such behaviors in adulthood, or you've been in a relationship with a partner who has such tendencies, dismiss the idea that something is innately "wrong" with you or another person.
In this way, the manner in which you were parented becomes an integral part of how you will navigate love in adulthood," La Pointe explains.
These people can express their love in non-verbal ways with gifts and physical touch and sometimes quality attention, but it's their communication that is lacking.
Sometimes they will even struggle with physical touch (i.e.
To add to that, Masini says, "Divorce is the norm, so most people are going to approach romance from the point of view of having had parents who divorced.
They’ll understand divorce, from having had a front row seat, and they may either take a jaded point of view of romance, or they may want to make sure their romances don’t end in divorce.