This summer, for sure, you will meet other couples than yours.
On the horizon, laughter, overcooked barbecues and conversations until the end of the night.
But also a high risk of fire: because every couple has its share of shadows, disagreements, things left unsaid, which is as much flammable material.
Because, if they attract each other, seek the company of other duos, is their mode of operation really compatible with that of the group?
To what extent does the love bond adapt to rubbing shoulders with this other intensity that is that of friendship?
“The couple is paradoxical, explains the psychoanalyst Sophie Cadalen, author of
Loving without instructions: following the paths of one's desire
It is both a place of deep intimacy and confinement which demands to be “aired” by others.
But it can also be uncomfortable, when the sum of its two parts takes up all the space or when, like a black hole, it sucks in the light of a moment...
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