Maybe you've hit a rough spot in a relationship, and you're teetering on the edge of losing the love. Perhaps a relationship ended and you feel betrayed, disappointed and angry. Or possibly, the relationship ended a long time ago but somehow continues to fester like an infected wound, producing toxins that contaminate your current happiness. It doesn't even have to be our relationship -- sometimes we champion another person's pain and attack those we hold responsible. There are plenty of other scenarios, but these are common and human, and the intensity of emotions can be heightened in this Season. Maybe we're never so aware of what we still want or know we lost as when everyone else seems so happy? Or maybe its only now, as the days are almost done shortening that the forces of darkness push people from love to hate. There are lots of problems associated with crossing the line. Without love, whatever caused the hurt feelings is likely to gain force and grow even more suffering.
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A Thin Line Between Love and Hate is a American black comedy - romance film directed and co-written by Martin Lawrence , who also stars in the film. The film tells the story of Darnell Wright, a ladies' man who finds himself targeted by one of his obsessed lovers. The film was shot on location entirely in the city of Los Angeles, California , from June 5 until August 11, The movie is comparable to Fatal Attraction. Nightclub manager Darnell Wright Martin Lawrence is a perpetual playboy and hopeless male chauvinist. He works for a nightclub called Chocolate City and aspires to be its owner. He trades VIP privileges at the club for favors from women. Though he is an expert at conning women, he sometimes worries about what his childhood sweetheart Mia Regina King thinks of his adventures. When the classy and elegant Brandi Webb Lynn Whitfield steps out of a limousine to enter the club, Darnell feels that he's met his ultimate prize. She rejects his come-ons, which only fuels his appetite.
I braced myself for a smack. What she was feeling was real, because as it turns out, there is a very thin line between love and hate. She was loving me fiercely and it fired up the same circuits in her tiny brain that process hate.
Love and hate seem like opposites. When it comes to love, particularly romantic love, few ever experience this sensation, and when they do, it feels magical. There are people you're attracted to, people you like, but few who you love. Meanwhile, hate is the opposite. Very few people want to say that they hate someone because it's such a strong word. There are people you dislike, people you don't care for, but people you hate? It's only reserved for those who are the worst.