I'm not talking about "I love you but I'm not in love with you." I'm talking about, describe a situation where you're in love with someone but you break up with them. I'm also not talking about cases of fundamental disqualifications, such as cheating, committing a crime, etc. So like, you could be head over motherfucking heels in love with your SO, but if they cheat on you, ADIOS. You're obviously still in love with them*, but you're still prolly gonna dump them. Or if you find out they're doing something else of that magnitude (murdering people, selling meth, voting Republican , etc.). "v. Ted and Robin" is relating to Ted and Robin on "How I Met Your Mother." They're super in love with each other, but always break up because they want different things in life (she wants to travel, he wants kids, etc.). So, describe this. Have you ever done it? Do you rationalize to yourself that the conflict of interest (or whatever the reason is) is more powerful than actually being in love with the person? And if so, would you say you're actually not in love with the person? *IBmorons and virgins say "yeah right, if my spouse cheated on me I wouldn't be in love with them anymore" You know, because neurotransmitters are controlled by mental switches that you can just turn on and off at will. It's kind of like how heroin addicts can just one day decide "oh, I'm not addicted to heroin anymore."