Psychologists have been exploring the ‘Crossing the Threshold’ phenomenon for quite some time now.
The phenomenon of ‘Going over the Threshold’ occurs when a person who has been in very intense and meaningful relationship with another person for an extended period , suddenly breaks off all contact with the other individual , determined to never see or speak to him or her again.
This usually results from the other person crossing some line that is the last straw with respect to their relationship.
Unfulfilled expectations,broken promises,shattered trust et al.
How many thresholds have you crossed today?
How many expectations have you left unfulfilled?
How many trusts shattered and promises broken?
In order to congruently end the relationship ‘for good’, people somehow delete or reframe the many positive experiences that they shared with the other persons.
In doing so, all the negative memories, attributes and habits that the person had previously overlooked would come into the foreground of people’s awarenness, while the positive ones would recede into the background.
Suddenly the rose tinted shades become jaundiced.
And love turns to hate.
And hate solidifies into cold indifference.
This is what you should do if you want to break up for good.
Quantum of Solace is a story of a relationship where the worst is brought out of a man, when he is denied that ‘Quantum of Solace’ that ought to be given to maintain his dignity as a functioning social being in a society and by crossing the threshold by actions that arouse his deepest fears and feral survival instincts.
I liked Ian Fleming’s Quantum of Solace.(Not the movie)
The pdf attachment will tell you the rest of the story.
Hint: It is a love story.