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Is Taylor Swift a work-a-holic?
That's what one of her friends thinks, and they also think her massive successes DEFINITELY is running interference on her love life.
Here's what the friend said:
"All Taylor wants is to be loved, she’s a prisoner of her work. It takes up all of her time. She overworks relationships. She puts so much pressure on them, it ultimately kills the deal. Then she’s baffled as to why it didn’t work."
Obviously when Swift sets her sights on something - she embraces it into her life to the maximum!
But is that really such a bad thing? With regards to her music it definitely seems to be a plus! Considering her success and all.
"It’s like she’s analyzing love like a scientist, rather than just feeling it. It’s ironic that she is a multimillionaire from singing about love. With each relationship, she’s less and less naive about the reality of dating. She is starting to realize it’s not this imaginary fantasy with princes on horses sweeping you away."
Wait, is that HER fantasy or this mysterious friend's fantasy?
We definitely can agree that Swift seems to take her failed relationships and uses them as fuel for her music career, but we think she has definitely handled her personal affairs in a more mature manner lately.
Case in point - her recent break up with Connor Kennedy was seemingly a pretty low key affair, and there definitely doesn't appear to be any bad blood between the two.
That's a sign of maturity right there!!!
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