Friday, December 12, 2008

The Economics of Relationships (Part IV)

Liquidation refers to the process by which a portion or entire entity is brought to an end, and the assets and property of the company redistributed

When do you know when your relationship needs to be liquidated?
1)"Marketable Products become obsolete" (Part I):Products that were once attractive to one another have become useless, overpriced, or easily replaced.

2) "No extra mile"(Part II): there is no goodwill being create, at all. Neither party is trying to make the relationship special

3) "The concept of offspring is a no-no"(Part III): Though in Part III, the concept of producing offspring was detached from the fact of loving-ness, but even with this in mind, if you can't see yourself having a child with the other person (mistakes do happen) maybe the relationship is in question.

In the realm of relationships, the objective detachment professed by the Economics of Relationships is most effective if you are emotionless, or can avoid emotional attachment. Being the steady sales of kleenex tissues, emotions will be a mainstay. Good Luck, to all the lovebird out there.

Peace before all,

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