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A heartbroken couple sits in silence, the woman dabbing her eyes with a tissue while the man clenches and unclenches his hands. Both seem lost in their own thoughts, trying to make sense of why love hurts.

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Question: Why does love hurt?

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Love can often hurt because of the vulnerability it requires. When you love someone, you open yourself up to the possibility of being hurt either through the loss of the relationship or through being betrayed in some way. It's also possible to be hurt by someone you love if their actions don't meet your expectations. Love does not always hurt, but it does come with the risk of getting hurt.

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Feb. 20, 2023, 5:22 p.m.

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Published: Monday, February 20, 2023