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But I Love her

Updated on January 20, 2014

True love isn't always love

Sometimes we fall in love thinking that the other person is the perfect one for us. This is a great thing when the other person reciprocates the feelings. However, love is so much more than that. True love is lasting and enduring. It is not an idea or a spur of the moment thing.

When I was young I had fallen helplessly in love with the girl I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. The only problem, she did not feel the same way about me. Sure, she was interested in me but the truth was, I had built a fantasy of our love that did not match her idea of what she wanted in me...and, all the things she did not.

As a grew older and had suffered several heartbreaks, I realized that I needed to be more objectionable towards the difference between the fantasy of love and the reality of the relationship that I was in and that is why I decided to start this Hub. I want to help the younger generations discover the truth between the ever seemingly real fantasy of love and what is actually going on in a relationship.

If you are in need of advice in regards to the matters of the heart, contact me and I will do everything I can to help you find the difference between reality and infatuation, fantasy and truth.

You deserve to be happy and I am hoping that the love you share with that special someone is real. Please do not think that just because you have to ask makes it seem less real. That is not the case. Being in love is being smart and there is nothing wrong with protecting yourself from being hurt.

True love is a sunset shared


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