Emotional instability = Great sex?
Jack Donaghy: I need your help, We were having sex at The Palace, she told me she loved me. Liz Lemon: You did it, again? Jack Donaghy: Well it was quick and in the meat locker, that's ok, right? Liz Lemon: What is it with you men, you're like you are junkies or something. Why can't you just say no? Jack Donaghy: Lemon, let me explain something to you that you could have no way of knowing. Emotionally unstable women are fantastic in the sack, I mean their self-loathing translates into... never mind. I've got to get out of this.
– from the TV series 30 Rock, Season 3
Watching that episode reminded me of a friend of mine who was also a junkie for some woman. When I tell you she was a nut case, trust me … she really was. But much as this pal of mine wanted to free himself from her, it was like trying to run away from some magnetic pull. And all the time the woman did something crazy like burn all his shoes, somehow it all translated into some wild sexual episode and the cycle began all-over again.
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This got me thinking... Why is it so hard to free ourselves from toxic relationships? Are emotionally unstable women (and men for that matter) too good in bed to let go of? Would you be glued to such a walking time bomb just for the sex?
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