I love you Monday, then I hate you Wednesday. How do you know if you really love

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    LeatherNails305posted 7 years ago

    I love you Monday, then I hate you Wednesday. How do you know if you really love a person?

  2. vrbmft profile image80
    vrbmftposted 7 years ago

    What are you willing to give to this person EVERY DAY?  What is this person willing to give to you EVERY DAY?  Love definitely triggers a host of powerful emotions, but love itself is not an emotion or a feeling.  Love is a decision.
    Between the day we are born through to nine months or age, we have the opportunity to learn to love as well as learn to be loved.  Being that it is not a perfect world, many of us end up at nine months of age having holes in our ability to love and be loved and spend the rest of our lives trying to fill those holes with emotional experiences we call love. 
    Are each of you able to look into the other's eyes and see in those eyes the most beautiful and gorgeous person walking on the face of the earth?  And when the other looks at you, deep into your soul, do you get it, that for that moment, you are the most beautiful and gorgeous person on the face of earth?
    PERHAPS, if that is not happening, maybe you have an exciting relationship, but maybe it is not love.

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    reeltaulkposted 7 years ago

    When you are able to exercise, patience and fairness--understanding and consideration, love, etc. unconditionally without having any ulterior motives

  4. Tyk profile image54
    Tykposted 7 years ago

    Love is defined as a strong affection for something or someone. In many ways affection for someone is a liking and appreciation for. The word strong can be defined as durable or intense in degree. With these definitions in mind. Love can be defined as a durable liking for someone or something.

    With this definition you must appreciate the meaning of those words. If you love someone or something that love must be able to last. Through hard wear and use. It means that after all the challenges and let downs you still care about that thing or person. Losing your love means that you have failed to endure. Sometimes for the better. Other times for the worse.

    The word love is very powerful. Be sure to use it correctly. When you over use this word it becomes empty to those that you say it to. Love is lasting and durable. In this light it takes time to develop love. Many that claim love are actually claiming a crush or excessive liking of.

 
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