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Could you possibly love someone when he seems so full of himself?

Updated on January 27, 2014

Could you possibly love someone when he's too full of himself? The answer lies within you. You could love anyone as a matter of fact. It depends on how much love and patience you have with the person.

They said that love has its own path to take and when lovers don't see the path, they seem so lost in the wilderness. Love has many phases. It depends on what kind or type of person the person in love. Love for sure has its own virtue. Patience, perseverance and long suffering are just few of the great adjectives of love. If love requires patience, it is possible that loving someone too arrogant and too selfish could happen in this world. There is no impossible in love.

As a matter of fact, the person who's in love couldn't see the flaws of the other person. She would never thought that there's something wrong with the person she loves. Family and friends would see the defects or flaws from a certain person but when it comes to the person in love, it would require a battalion of investigator to investigate the course of love.

Even if the person is full of himself, all talk and just thinking of himself, the person who fall in love with that arrogant person couldn't see that he is arrogant. What she sees were not what everybody sees. If you try to stop her, it takes a battalion of army to stop. This is why an old adage comes back to life, "Love is blind".

There is no such thing as perfect love though. That's why everybody has to work with imperfections and work from there. “You don't love someone because they're perfect, you love them in spite of the fact that they're not.” If you are capable of loving someone so much despite of their imperfections then, go on.

Psychologists now would advice their patients to fall in love in spite of other person's imperfection. Love can be demanding at times. It demands too much of what you can give and what you cannot. Sometimes as well, when you expect too much, things aren't going well inside you. You have to check and examined your heart because love can get you lost in the way.

Again, to answer the question if you could love someone so full of himself? Of course. It depends on you. Would you take him? Would you be a martyr? Or would you let the person go?

When it comes to love however, if he's really in love with you and you mean the world to him, he is willing to change. But be careful of his change though, he might just pull an act so that he will get you and change temporarily.

Just be careful of loving someone so full of himself. If you can take it, then take him.


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    • jojo29 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jane Boucheirre 

      4 years ago from CA

      I agree with you !

    • jojo29 profile imageAUTHOR

      Jane Boucheirre 

      4 years ago from CA

      Yes..that's true Globetrekkermel.

    • Globetrekkermel profile image


      4 years ago from CALIFORNIA

      I think if a man is full if himself, I cannot not understand why women will even want to associate let alone love such a man. So full of himself is such a big turn off for women unless a woman is so blind she cannot see. If he is blatantly full if himself , and a woman cannot see that? Lol! Maybe you should have your eyesight or emotional check by a professional before you get into more trouble.

    • realtalk247 profile image


      4 years ago

      You could if you don't value yourself. If you are interested in a self absorbed person there is no room for concern or care for you.


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