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    Does this only happen in fiction?

    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?


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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Al Razi View Post
    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?


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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    There are plenty of examples of people living or working closely with no intention of forming any romantic relationship but end up doing so. Sadly, lots of affairs can start this way.

    I guess it happens for the same reasons any romantic relationship does. I don’t think we can really enumerate what makes two people fall in love (or lust) with each other but any scenario where people are spending lots of time together, there is inevitably going to be a possibility of it happening.

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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by truthatallcost View Post
    Hello. Please note that this website isn't called 'Help Me With My College Writing Assignment'. Thanks and have a blessed day.
    I don't have any assignment, I was just wondering.
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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Al Razi View Post
    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?


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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Al Razi View Post
    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?
    No, never in the history of time have two people been forced to work together regardless of their feelings, and never has anyone ever fallen in love with a work colleague. It's all fiction.

    Sub-question: Do common, every day things based on human nature happen in reality or just fiction?

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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Trauma-bonding.
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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Al Razi View Post
    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?


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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?
    Real life is a fiction.
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    Re: Does this only happen in fiction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Al Razi View Post
    Take this scenario:
    The man is called Joe and the woman is Jane.
    Joe and Jane, have no feeling for each other, or even hate each other and a crisis is taking place, and they are forced to work together soon they start bonding and fall in love with each other.
    1st Question : Does this only happen in fiction, or does it happen in real life? Give examples if u can.
    Sub question: If it happens in real life, explain why?


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    "Truth is stranger that fiction" isn't just a saying. I'm sure it happens all the time but I'm not much into others' relationships so I can't say I have examples.

    *edit... I don't know about their relationship beginnings but it would seem like it might be the case for James Carville and Mary Matalin.
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