When did you know you were inlove? And what did it take for you to admit it?
Some of us have a difficult time expressing our feelings for someone who is new in our lives, perhaps in some cases those who are old as well! What made you admit you were inlove, and did it take a lot?
I have to admit that love for me wasn't a classical case of emotional instability or obsessive lust or anything of the sort. Emotion for me is something that is so erratic on a basic level that I seldom trust them or even listen to them except to clean out the trash every now and again. When I knew that I loved my fiancé who is now my wife is when I knew that I was willing to invest myself towards her wellbeing to the point that I left my self no way out but to marry her or betray my God.
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