Sometimes, we find ourselves loving people more than they deserve or beyond our emotional capacity. It often transpires that we’re enamored with a particular facet of their personality, perhaps even their darker side. In this scenario, it becomes evident that our affection may have been misplaced.
There are individuals who seem to only seek our companionship when they are in a state of melancholy, a phenomenon predominantly occurring in the latter part of the day, starting from the deep afternoon and lingering into the deep midnight. It is during this downtime that these individuals lean on us for support, the other time, taking our presence for granted.
Interestingly, as the new day dawns, these same individuals transform. They rise, becoming independent and emotionally robust, seemingly unaffected by the vulnerabilities they exhibited during their darker moments in the latter part of the day. This behavioral shift can be seen as a manifestation of a complex human psychology.
It appears that, during their moments of strength, these individuals no longer require the solace and support that they sought in their darker hours. The people who once rushed to console them during their low points may find themselves relegated to the periphery as the day progresses.
This dynamic reflects a subtle psychological trade between individuals. Those who extend support during challenging moments may come to perceive their role as a necessity in the other person’s life, but in reality, it may be nothing more than an assumption. This dance of emotional give-and-take unveils the complexities of human relationships and the exchanges that occur in the ebb and flow of our daily lives.