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I think the question is wrong to put extreme love and murderous intent at opposite ends of a spectrum and to suggest that there is a substantial distance between them. I think in fact that they are both expressions of intense emotional involvement with another, and you only have to read the newspapers occasionally to see how closely related murderer and ...


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For Z to have value, then there is no going back to A. The path is instead A -> Z -> B where B is similar to A but includes the added experience from Z. In your example, the character is madly in love, she then finds out that she has been deceived, hence the murderous anger. The love interest then shows a deep repentance, guiding MC to feel the love ...


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Let's call our girl Alice, and her love interest is the naive Jack. We totally frame Jack. In her eyes, Jack is guilty as hell, over the top, she trusted Jack with her life and Jack destroyed it. Hard. It is because of Jack she lost her fortune, lost her job, even lost her parents in an accident, whatever. But, Jack did not really do any of that. He is ...


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