Love takes maturity to build up. The sacrifices and efforts; that builds to each person it may call love. When you are concerned to someone the love is there. So that’s why when we talk about love, easy to say and easy to talk about it. It became so easy to understand to youngsters. It often forgets the trust, because sometimes the trust is not easy to give. So if you don’t trust that someone that is not love at all. So don’t say “I love you” when you don’t mean it and the trust is not there. “Love and Trust” is going together. That became jealousy; you may think wild things while you are not together. Do you agree?
by Holly6 years ago
In love anything goes right? Well what happens when two people end up together and it is realized that-OH Sh*t, my spouse doesn’t really know me-and worse than that-I don’t think that it bothers them, that...
by Sajib4 years ago
I think parent love us without any demand and girlfriend has demands
by Kathryn L Hill19 months ago
We need to fight against what is bad for our lives/survival. We need to realize when to fight and when not to fight. When to yield and when to stand firm.There are times to stand firm. Those times are in defending one's...
by deergha3 years ago
But i have to show that I am all fine and happy in front of my son and hubby. Its frustrating. Have you ever felt like this and then what one needs to do? It is hard to smile when actually i don even feel like reacting.
by kirutaye5 years ago
A married person i know recently got back in touch with an old flame. She claims they are not having an affair but they are in touch regularly and she has spent a few nights away from home with him. She says she can...
by Ron Karn6 years ago
Faith and trust in God are like the two elements of water - hydrogen and oxygen - you can't have water without both of them together. You can't be a Christian without having faith and trust together. ...
Copyright © 2016 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.