"Love is a link that connects, a force that attracts, a fascination that seizes, and a clasp that grasps. Therefore, when one establishes himself in the relationship of devotion with the Divine, he steps up into a realm of his own, having his own enchantments and personal experiences."
Swami Chinmayananda's commentary on Narada Bhakti Sutra dances with the nuances of an ecstatic and enduring relationship with the Lord of one's heart that becomes the bed-rock of a devotee's life. This divine love is all-consuming, yet purging and freeing in its impact.
The devotee trusts the Lord like a friend, cherishes Him like a child and is faithful to Him like a wife.
Where then is the need or the place for any other worldly relationship?
Joy or sorrow, it is the Lord alone for him. He will play, pray, fight and frolic only with the Lord in his heart's shrine.
Go for it!
Get engulfed by an affair that lasts lifetimes, riding on waves and giant waves of beatific beauty!