Not only are no two loves the same, there are no two people who are the same. Taking things one step further none of us remains the same. We're always evolving and changing based upon what we learn about ourselves and about the world in general. Both good and bad experiences help to shape our outlook.
Falling in love at age 18 will look and feel much different than falling in love at 40.
Most likely you will value different qualities in a person.
It also takes much more courage to fall in love a 2nd, 3rd or 4th time. As the old saying goes, "Once bitten, twice shy."
by Dora Weithers5 years ago
Any other way to describe "falling" in love? Or do we want to suggest that it hurts?If you think of a more positive way to describe this wonderful experience, please share. Thanks.
by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
Is it possible for a person, in my case I'm talking about a guy I know- to be incapable of falling in love and why.Do you feel it's to be looked down upon if a person cannot show love to another in a relationship or...
by sensual4 years ago
my boyfriend say he cares for me, is this the same as he loves me?
by vanity<32 years ago
i think im falling in love with my third cousin.We never grew up together so i really don't see him, like i see the rest of my family. we have been talking for a while now and we both feel the same. We both feel it will...
by Jo Alexis-Hagues5 years ago
What would you do if you were to fall in love with someone who was not available?
by Mohan Kumar5 years ago
Have you ever fallen in love with a fictional character?Some fictional characters are so real, so close to us as the reader that it is inevitable that we may fall in love and dream of spending time with them. Have you...
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