She has always been an emotionally distant kid. You know what I’m talking about. Never let’s any one get close. And true, it’s got its perks. People come and go from her life and you can just brush it off because, hey, she didn’t get attached in the first place. But she honestly feel like she’s missing out on stuff that everyday people are supposed to feel. Like love. Sure, she loves her family with every fiber of her being because, well, she’s not so sure. She just do because she does. She likes her friends but she honestly doesn’t think she really loves any of them. And in relationships, she doesn’t ever want to say she loves you and not mean it. And she ends up breaking it off because honestly, the feelings she has doesn’t change. And she feels terrible about it. It’s not like she’s some emotionally stale person, right? And she really doesn’t think she should try to love someone. It should feel natural. Now working on relationships is different. But love shouldn’t feel like a chore. And I guess, she just haven’t felt true love yet. She doesn’t know if it’s just because she hasn’t met someone who she’s just clicked with right from the start. I mean, she has felt puppy love, and she knew it was afterward, but it felt different than just friendship so she assumed it was love. She can see when people are in love. And I guess that makes it worse because she has no idea what that feels like. And she likes knowing stuff. Maybe it’ll happen one day, I mean, she’s only in college. So she has time.