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This is one of those weird disorders where the one suffering from it believes oneself to be a cow and goes to the extent of behaving and living like a cow. There are several people like this who sit on all fours in fields and eat grass with an actual herd of cows. This disorder is considered a sort of hypnotism by researchers as the ones who are acting like cows are in a trance unaware of what they are actually doing. This disorder seems to be referred in the bible where King Nebuchadnezzar is described as being “driven from men and did eat grass as oxen.”

Capgras Delusion

Capgras Delusion is a condition where one believes that the people around them are replaced by imposters. The name comes from the French psychiatrist Joseph Capgras who was very fascinated by the misconception of doubles. What makes this disorder scary is that the person also believes that the imposters want to harm that individual, in which they case they wont only defend to protect themselves but also attack the ones around them. This is a very rare condition and is seen in people suffering from a trauma or brain injury or those who have been diagnosed with dementia, schizophrenia or epilepsy.

Clinical Lycanthropy

A condition a lot like Boanthropy, Clinical Lycanthropy involves individual believing they can shape shift into animals like wolves and werewolves. The belief is so rigid and rooted that they go to the extent of acting like animals and are often found hiding or living in forests or places such animals can be found.
“I’ve been burdened with blame trapped in the past for too long, I’m moving on”
Rascal Flatts Life, the Truth, and Being Free

“In a strong relationship, you should love your companion more than you need them.”
Steve Maraboli, One Day

“This is me.’” He handed her the precious scrap of paper. ‘Call me or I’ll call you, but one of us will call, yes? What I mean is it’s not a competition. You don’t lose if you phone first.”
David Nicholls, Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl—A Woman’s Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship

“He must feel that you choose to be with him, not that you need to be with him.”
Sherry Argov, The Secret Life of Prince Charming

“Those questions you have? Whether he’s the one, whether you feel about him the way you should, or whether the relationship is going okay? When you’re not sure whether you’re in love with someone or not, the answer is not.”
Deb Caletti, Local Girls

“…he had a way of taking your hand which made it clear he’d have to be the one to let go.”
Alice Hoffman, The Prince and the Pauper

“Don’t set your goals by what other people deem important.”
Jaachynma N.E. Agu, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment

“They’ll say you are bad
David Rovics All About Love: New Visions

“We men are very simple people: if we like what we see, we’re coming over there. If we don’t want anything from you, we’re not coming over there. Period. Please highlight this part right here so you can always remind yourself the next time a man steps to you: a man always wants something. Always. And when it comes to women, that plan is always to find out two things: (1) if you’re willing to sleep with him, and (2) if you are, how much it will cost to get you to sleep with him.”
Steve Harvey, Fangirl

“Giving generously in romantic relationships, and in all other bonds, means recognizing when the other person needs our attention. Attention is an important resource.”
Bell Hooks, The Secret Life of Prince Charming

“You flirt with everything.” She could tell that her eyes were popping– her eyeballs actually felt cold around the edges. “You flirt with old people and babies and everybody in between.”
Rainbow Rowell, The Miracle of Grace

“I had always had a little problem looking out for myself in love. I was afraid people would leave me. So I sort of clung and did everything possible to keep someone around. I didn’t have a hard talk with myself about who I was keeping around. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out. I clung to people like human life preservers. I thought i’d die if someone left me. Its ironic because now I’m the one who’s leaving.”
Deb Caletti, Erotic Intelligence: Igniting Hot, Healthy Sex While in Recovery from Sex Addiction

“We both grew so used to each other, so comfortable with the naturalness and ease of our friendship, that we became sloppy about keeping our relationship a secret. It was not that we were physically demonstrative or obviously in love, more that it had become impossible for us to hide our close involvement. We had gradually acquired the unmistakable air of old-love: finishing each other’s sentences and speaking to each other with an offhand, presuming intimacy that was eventually noticed.”
Kate Kerrigan, Milk and Honey

“Many partners of addicts have told me they feel bad about themselves for staying in the relationship because of the betrayal they’ve experienced. They imagine that the people who know their past judge them to be stupid for staying with the person who’s caused them so much pain. I often counter this thinking, explaining that leaving may seem quick and easy because they can pretend they’re okay and the problem has disappeared. However, if you leave your relationship, you’ll be stuck with your pain and sorrow without the person you loved to help you sort it out. Why is this true? Because even though it feels as if your pain comes from your partner, it’s actually coming from inside you.”
Alexandra Katehakis, The Art of War

“do not bother holding onto
Rupi Kaur, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment

“If soldiers are punished before they have grown attached to you, they will not prove submissive;
Sun Tzu, Where the Sidewalk Ends

“I know that you and your girls have been told for years on end that you just don’t pass up any opportunities when a man walks your way—he could be The One. But I’m here to tell you that this philosophy is just plain dumb. Women are smart—you all can tell when your friends are lying, you know when your kids are up to no good, co-workers can’t get anything past you at
Steve Harvey, Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl—A Woman’s Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship

“This boat that we just built is just fine –
Shel Silverstein, Nightmarish Sacrifice

“Most women are starving to receive something from a man that they need to give to themselves”
Sherry Argov, The Elite

“Oh, he did look like a deity – the perfect balance of danger and charm, he was at the same time fascinating and inaccessible, distant because of his demonstrated flawlessness, and possessing such strength of character that he was dismaying and at the same time utterly attractive in an enticing and forbidden way.”
Simona Panova, Vampire Kisses

“You were the one who changed us when you left me in the tree house; and you keep thinking that if you push hard enough, you can make everything go back to before that moment. It doesn’t work that way. Give me a chance to choose you.”
Kiera Cass, A Monkey Among Crocodiles: The Life, Loves And Lawsuits Of Mrs Georgina Weldon

“My father chose my name , and my last name was chosen by my ancestors . That’s enough, I myself choose my way”
Ali Shariati I and Thou

“I want a relationship
Ellen Schreiber, Healology

“I feel a horror for exaggerated love or friendship. It’s just too well demonstrated to me that when the moment comes that one asks something, or has need of something, the responce is not worth a biscuit.”
Brian Thompson, Snug Fit

“All real living is meeting.”
Martin Buber, This Is What Happy Looks Like

“Together, we form a necessary paradox; not a senseless contradiction.”
Criss Jami, Can You Forgive Her?

“If a guy can’t even handle my words, I don’t think he can handle me as a person.”
Anna Bayes, Sinner

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  • Question of

    How long has your longest relationship lasted?

    • Less than 6 months
    • Between 6 months and 1 year
    • Over 2 years
    • 1-2 years
  • Question of

    What makes you feel attracted to another person?

    • Their good looks
    • Their body language
    • Their scent
    • Their intelligence
  • Question of

    Do you feel like you need a special someone in your life to be happy?

    • No, not at all.
    • Somewhat, yes.
    • Yes, I need another person in my life to feel happy.
    • Only when I’m feeling stressed out.
  • Question of

    If you were living with the love of your life, who would do the cooking?

    • I would do all the cooking
    • Hopefully they would do all the cooking.
    • We can both share cooking duties.
    • Neither one of us would cook. That’s what takeout is for.
  • Question of

    What is the best part about being in a relationship with someone?

    • Nothing really.
    • The bond that grows.
    • The fun you share together.
    • The exchange of gifts.
  • Question of

    If your heart was a type of flavor, what would it be?

    • Sour
    • Bitter
    • Sweet
    • Salty
  • Question of

    Which holiday represents ‘love’ to you the most?

    • My birthday
    • Thanksgiving
    • Christmas
    • Other
  • Question of

    Would you ever lie in a relationship?

    • It depends on the situation.
    • Only if I had no other choice in the matter.
    • No, never!
    • Only for my own benefit.
  • Question of

    What is the best gift that you can give the person you love?

    • A home-cooked meal
    • A handmade gift
    • Your heart
    • Your loyalty
  • Question of

    If your love life was a movie, which one would it be?

    • The Princess Bride
    • The Notebook
    • Titanic
    • Pride & Prejudice
  • Question of

    How would you take your mind off of a bad breakup?

    • By watching movies.
    • By eating lots of ice cream.
    • By spending time with friends.
    • By reading lots of books.
  • Question of

    Do you tend to become jealous in a relationship?

    • No, never.
    • Sometimes I do.
    • Very rarely.
    • Yes, but I don’t show it.
  • Question of

    Would you ever talk badly about the person you love behind their back?

    • Only to a close friend.
    • Only if I was really upset.
    • No, why would I do that?
    • Yes, but only behind their back.
  • Question of

    Do you believe in the idea of ‘settling down?’

    • Yes, that’d be a nice life to live.
    • It depends on the person I’m with.
    • No, life is an adventure.
    • Only when I reach a certain age.
  • Question of

    Where would you want to live with the love of your life?

    • On a tropical island
    • In a small town
    • In a big city
    • Other

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