The difficulty of enhancing or maintaining a relationship with someone you love.
We have all been there. In a situation where we become extremely fond of someone, and we want to let me them know about it, all the time.
There in lies the problem - all the time.
“Suffocators fall in love with you before you are even half aware of their existence. The trait is deceptive – you might think they have found you overwhelming – but the fact they suffer from an inner void, a deep well of need that cannot be filled.” - The Art of Seduction - Robert Greene
The truth is, telling someone you love them all the time unconsciously pushes them away. This is needy, and assumes the suffocator type. It is a rule of human nature that people look up to others who treat them badly (no, this doesn't mean violence, it means displaying mixed signals with how you feel about your partner) and look down on people who praise them.
If you are addicted to your partner, you must always appear that other people find you attractive, playing the Coquette (Art of Seduction), this will arouse the insecurity of your partner who will react by wanting to keep you more, which is obviously what you want as your addicted to them.
Takeaway #1 - Suffocating someone by telling them you love too much, actually pushes them away.
Takeaway #2 - Sending mixed signals and appearing wanted by others will make your partner desperate to keep you.
Unfortunately, I suffered in this area a couple of times, until I read the Art of Seduction and realized the nature of humans. So please, learn from my mistakes (Why I created The Site!)