Please pardon if my words strike anyone.
By my statistics, only 56.475% of girls are "love obsessed".
The rest are too busy with other thoughts, have a hatred towards love, or deny their feelings toward them.
No wait. Let me rephrase that.
By my statistics, only 82.5% of GIRLS are "love obsessed".
Some only say they think about it when they really don't (it's an odd percentage), some have a hatred of it (mostly tomboys), others have been turned off by it (most have been taught that only money or studies matter), and the rest of the percentage are just normal (they stay as kids, not familiar with the differences of sex).
By my statistics, only 30.45% of WOMEN are "love obsessed".
The rest have "figured out" love, gave up on love, "forgot" about love, became "too familiar" with lust or greed, and the rest have rather random reasons. (By my statistics, 30% who aren't love obsessed are happy, the rest are angry or sad)
... I was love obsessed, but I'm a guy. My gf wasn't as "love obsessed" as I was. In fact, I haven't really met anyone as "love obsessed" as I was during my days.
My philosophy was mostly based on love.
Nowadays, I may not seem as "love obsessed" because I found it, and am living forever content in it. But, I do get rather desperate if I get a small " inklin' " that it's disappearing. ^_^ Afterall, if love is my happiness, why shouldn't I be desperate?
Nothing wrong with "love obsession"... it merely strives a person for something.
To some, they work hard for fame... some, for money... others, for respect... others, for self preservation... or self improvement... or etc etc.
However, it does leave them vulnerable to depression or being traumatized by loss of love. ... I have experienced it myself, and it's never really something nice. But it can build you into a better person, if you have the right strength or support. So that's how I see it.
No such thing as "too much" love. It depends on the one who's receiving the "TOO MUCH" love. If the person does not feel the same way, or does not accept it, it can seem a little too.... well... insane.
Thank you for allowing me to join in this conversation.