The question of whether or not love can be treated like a drug was posed in the latest episode of “MTV’s Botw” (the new season premieres Wednesday, March 17) when the show’s cast member, who has since gone to rehab, spoke to host Matt Lauer about her experience in rehab.
“I was thinking, ‘How much longer is this going to last?'”
“And then we went back to the bedroom, and it’s like, ‘What’s this about?
Is this happening?'”
The answer to that question is a bit complicated.
In the episode, the host noted that “I’m not going to go into the whole ‘I’m sorry, I love you, you’re beautiful, and I want you to stay with me’ stuff.
It’s a little complicated.”
In an interview with The New York Times, Lauer went into more detail about the experience and offered up some advice to couples who have been in the throes of love-induced psychosis: “If you’re in the process of getting married and thinking you’re going to have a really wonderful relationship, you can get a little bit of help,” Lauer told The Times.
I think that there’s so much love in the world that it just doesn’t really matter who you are. “
It’s not something that’s really hard.
I think that there’s so much love in the world that it just doesn’t really matter who you are.
If you want to be happy, you need to feel loved.”