2014.08.02【英译中】你总是伤害你爱的人(二)

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You always hurt the one you love

你总是伤害你爱的人


In situations in which we have nothing of value to lose, we seldom experience disappointment. In love, which involves our happiness and many of our most precious experiences, there is a great deal to lose. Hence, disappointment and frustration, and consequently hurt, are common. 

在我们没什么珍贵的东西可以失去的时候,也就无所谓失落感。但爱情关乎人生幸福和宝贵经历,其中可以失去的太多。因此,会有失望和沮丧,随之而来的伤害也就不足为奇。


It has been said that completely blissful love does not exist. Indeed, in a survey of over 500 lovers, almost all of them assumed that passionate love is a bittersweet experience. Similarly, it has been found that people low in defensiveness have more experiences of love than do highly defensive people. This link suggests that to love is to make oneself vulnerable in ways that enhance the possibility of pain.
有人说,一直甜蜜的爱情是只应天上有(只是虚幻的)。事实上,一项500多对情侣参与的调查显示,绝大多数人认为热恋即苦涩又甜蜜。同样地,还有研究表明,相比防御性高的人,防御性低的人更有爱的体验。这种相关性说明,爱使人脆弱,从而增加了受伤害的可能性。

These and other considerations indicate how easily you can hurt the one you love without intending to do so. However, the explanation for deliberately hurting the person you love is far more complex. Certainly, one major factor in hurting the beloved deliberately is related to the central role that mutual dependency plays in love.
诸如此类的意见说明,不经意间就伤害了你爱的人是多么容易。然而,要解释为什么有意地伤害你爱的人就复杂许多。诚然,故意伤害爱人的一个主要因素在于彼此依赖在爱情里扮演了核心角色。


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