Suffocating someone with love. You can’t change things by loving them harder. When someone wants to leave in a relationship because they fell out of love, I don’t believe loving them harder is the answer. Have you ever owned a succulent or a cactus? I have, they’re kind of hard to take care of, I mean not really but we think they are because we tend to over water them then end up killing them. That’s what I think about loving them harder. You’re on your last hope thinking that all the love in the world will stop them from leaving but will that work? You’re suffocating that person with love. I think you should let them leave. Why hold on to someone who doesn’t want to be in your life? I think this approach is the best because maybe they will miss what you once had instead of remembering you as that clingy partner. I know how everyone hates clichés, but you know what they say “If you love someone, set them free. If they come back, they’re yours; if they don’t, they never were.” I think this quote is true because if you really did have a deep connection with someone, they will miss what they once had with you. Sometimes time and space are the best thing you can give someone. So, what should you do with your succulent? Look you can try whatever you can to save it, but you’re just dragging out it’s death. Maybe try out a different plant for the meantime until you’re ready for the succulent again.