Do you give love just to take love? Like, do I want to see you because I want to spend time with you or because I know that you want to spend time with me? I’d say it is purely because I want to see you, because you make me feel good. It is not for you – it is for me. So actually, love is really selfish. It is an addiction. I need you. And I don’t really care whether you need me or not. Oh well, I do, because if you wouldn’t need me, say if you’d want to break up with me, I think I would not be able to see that from your perspective. That’s where the selfishness comes in. Even if I know that it might be better for you to not be with me and that you need time for yourself I want to see you and I want you in my life – for my own sake not for yours.
Well, I think that I can see things from your perspective sometimes, as long as I know that you still want me. Because if you don’t, if you don’t complement me or kiss me or feel that you have to talk to me I don’t know what I would do. I want you to need me.
So it is not about mutual love. It is about mutual need. A mutual addiction and what we both (hopefully) do is to fuel it meaning that you need to spend time with you and you need to spend time with me. Ok?