5 forbidden types of love you are likely to have in your lifetime

You may have been on the single market for too
long and have a tendency of going into these
types of taboo relationships.


It’s not about loose morals or a weak mind, it’s
just that you may have been on the single
market for too long and have a tendency of going
into these types of taboo relationships.
Julia Austin of Madame Noire lists these kinds
of forbidden love singles are likely to engage in:
1. Step something: It could be as close as a
stepsibling, or a cousin by marriage, or an
awkwardly young step-uncle. But, sharing so
many similar experiences as pseudo-family
does, you can’t help but feel a special bond
with a certain attractive non-blood relative at
some point.
2. A neighbour: Simply being exposed to
someone repeatedly can play a trick on your
mind, making you feel attracted to that
person. And the fact that your neighbor is
just down the hall or street, so accessible
when you’re feeling, um, playful, can make
this type of taboo love become hot and heavy
fast. But your feelings can be confusing: is it
proximity or compatibility that’s keeping
things together?
3. A religiously committed person: Either his
family would disown him should he marry a
woman outside their religion, or keeping up
the religious tradition via marriage/the
bloodstream is genuinely important to him—
more important than being with “the one.”
Either way, you’ll engage in a hot fling with a
guy who things really can’t go anywhere
serious with due to his religious background.
4. Lawyer/Client: A lawyer is almost like a
therapist—out of necessity, you tell him every
last detail of your life. You’ll instantly feel
bonded to him for this reason, and, should he
like the details of your life, he may develop
feelings for you. Get a new lawyer, and get it
5. The renowned jerk: Everyone knows he is a
player/doesn’t respect women/thinks he is
God’s gift to the earth etc. Nobody likes him.
But you—well, you yearn for him. And there’s
something hot about dating the bad boy.


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