Agreed. Dealing in logic requires focusing on something with logical properties. Humans are nothing close to logical beings.
And isn't my pic just lovely? So adorable...imagine being close to a lion and not being eaten...;)
And is the "little one" giving her mom a widow hiss?
I don't know...some people can come to a very logical solution when they have reached the breaking point but I am only speaking of myself.
Yep. That takes a certain amount of illogical
There's definitely, definitely, definitely no logic
To human behavior..
That probably depends on who's involved...
Not really. I mean... Look at you and me... You and John... Myself and John... John and John... DS and the rest of the known Uni-/Multiverse... It's all a big pot of WTF. And we muddle through it, without any idea of what the hell is going on, really... And why are those five-legged mushrooms stalking us?!
It's so outrageous, it's almost scary.
Logic can absolutely solve relationships. If you are not with a person who shares your interests, personality traits, hopes, goals or lifestyle decisions... it is then logical to move on and find somebody who does.
Relationships are very logical. Strictly a matter of taking care of responsibilities. The trouble is that most people would rather eat lint than accept responsibilities.
True, a relationship is more about human emotions and human emotions aren't always logical.