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Love difficulties!

Updated on December 29, 2017

Love is difficult!

Love difficulties!

Love is difficult it's not only a quote but it's a code that gives the love it's real values.i am saying this because I have been through this and would like to share this with you.

When I was in my college I fall love with my teacher her age was 22 maybe but I was 17 years old.when I see her walking in front of my classroom I feel like my heart stop pumping blood but when she go I miss her.i had an problem of less confidence so I used to sit at the corner of my class and when someone annoy me I punch him straight away.i had the problem of less confidence so I never tell her that I love you.i always used to see her clothes colour and note it in my copy.i loved her too much.one day I was looking at her she was sitting with her friends she saw me looking at her she came to me right away and slapped me I was very embarrassed as I had the problem of less confidence I couldn't say anything to her she said to me loudly"I always notice you looking to me you are very rubbish today my brother will beat you with his friends" I was not scared as my friends were gangster I called them and they saved me from her brother.i stopped looking to her as my friends told me not to look her.after one month my papers started and by chance her duty was in my class I looked her frequently she came to me and throw paper hardly I mind it but couldn't say a thing.she was finding a way to embarrass me.i was not cheating but she came to me and said why are you cheating I said I am not cheating she slapped me I spoke loudly "why you slapped me"I was very worried and left my all papers.she noticed that I am not present in every paper.and when I went to school I didn't saw her.i asked my friend that where is she.they replied"you don't know what has happened here she is marrying after week"I cried that time and went home I didn't eat for 2 days and listened sad music but after some time I make a plan to go to her marriage I went to her marriage she was decorated not for me but for her husband I cried and took her photo and from that day I didn't saw her and never fall in love again that's why I am saying "love is difficult"

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    • Zain bhatti profile imageAUTHOR

      Zain bhatti 

      7 months ago

      Your name is Kevin darwe??

    • Zain bhatti profile imageAUTHOR

      Zain bhatti 

      7 months ago

      But still in our society we love people not because how they behave because how they look and I found this quite excellent law if you are not agreeing I give you example"if you love a white colour women you cannot fall love with black colour women so this proves that look matter more than behaviour"

    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      7 months ago

      If all you had to do was (see them) to love them that would mean a person could be "in love" with every movie star, model, or attractive person come across visually.

      I can't tell you how many times I found someone to be very attractive however once I got to know them, how they think, behave, or treat others I stopped being infatuated with them. To truly love someone you have to know the real or authentic person otherwise you're simply in love with image of them you are projecting in your mind.

    • Zain bhatti profile imageAUTHOR

      Zain bhatti 

      7 months ago

      In order to love someone you don't have to know them.you only have to see them with geart.but still you are professional and maybe you are quite right.

    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      7 months ago

      No, I'm not saying "unrequited love" does not exist.

      What I was saying is in order to truly "love someone" you have to actually KNOW them on a {personal level}.

      You had a "teenage crush" on a teacher you knew little about.

      I am a male who has lived with 6 women in my lifetime and have been married twice. My 10th anniversary is next year.

      Yes, I have been (in love) on more than one occasion.

      In addition I have taught relationship classes and wrote a book: My Cat Won't Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) https://www.amazon.com/Cat-Wont-Bark-Relationship-...

      Have a Happy New Year!

    • Zain bhatti profile imageAUTHOR

      Zain bhatti 

      7 months ago

      I think that you are right(good advice)but i loved her.according to u one sided love doesnt exist but it does this was one sided love.

      By the way whats ur gender?have you ever fall in love?

    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      7 months ago

      Love isn't difficult. Being an immature teenager is difficult!

      "When I was in my college I fall love with my teacher her age was 22 maybe but I was 17 years old."

      In order for (her) to be "the one" she would have to see (you) as being the one! At the very least a "soulmate" is someone who actually wants to be with you! (And vice versa)

      This was a "crush" at best. In order to truly fall "in love" with someone you have to spend a certain amount of {one on one} time together getting to know each other.

      Generally speaking this means going out on actual dates!

      You're not the first teenager to have a crush on a teacher and you won't be the last. Nevertheless no one has the right to hit you just for looking at them. You should have reported it to the dean of students or authorities. She should have been fired.

      Last but not least there is a big difference between "infatuation" and love. You need to find a girl your own age, ask her out on a date, kiss her goodnight, and repeat those steps over and over again all the while having discussions and finding out what each other likes, dislikes, goals/dreams, hold hands while walking, laughing together, having sex....etc

      Only an immature person would claim they love someone they really don't know. You'll get over this one day and look back on it to realize just how silly you were.

      In a world with over 7 Billion people rejection just means: NEXT!

      "Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."

      - Oscar Wilde

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