Complete joy. It's the unconditional acceptance of someone, flaws and all, respect, and overwhelming affection. It's what I feel for my kids and my husband every single day.
Love is a deep feeling that makes me feel vital and free. It is a feeling that permeates everything: I do not love only one person, but thanks to the love I feel for this person I love the whole world. But for a feeling so real (which has inside of it acceptance, respect, freedom, love, mutual aid and many other things), I first had to work on myself, to first of all love myself
To me, love is the connection that two people share, regardless of their relationship (romantic love, parental love, etc.) Like Jaynie2000 said, it is the unconditional acceptance of a person, flaws and all. It's the feeling that lifts you up, stays with you, gives you a reason to persist through all things difficult and keeps you from giving up on a person altogether, no matter how far down the hole they go. Love is an incredible feeling that can be both incredibly blissful and incredibly painful at the same time.
Love means being loved unconditionally by someone who knows all your flaws and has every reason to reject you! Love means sharing the joys and the sorrows, the ups and the downs and never thinking twice about walking away. Love is a choice!
It means that one of the parties of the relationship is completely enthralled by the other party member's life, but the other party member is merely using this person's love and affection to their benefit, not completely realizing how much they are hurting the relationship as a whole.
Love mean my complete life with whom i can live my whole life and can do any thing for my love. this is call love
In a blossoming man-woman relationship, love is sex, dressed up for the sake of modesty!
by DogSiDaed 8 years ago
I am getting a little irate about religious people who tell me they 'love' me. No you don't. You don't know me. Don't be stupid.This does of course raise a BIG what is love question, feel free to comment on this as well if you'd like
by womenintouch 6 years ago
What makes your marriage workI have been married for three years going on 4. My husband and I have never had an argument, or disagreeded. We get along really great. We make an effort to spend at least two hours after work with each other. We go on dates and walks together. My question is has anyone...
by litsabd 2 years ago
How far could you go for someone you love?
by thirdmillenium 4 years ago
Is love at first sight possible? We are not talking about infatuation or a flash in the pan that wears off after a while. Can it be a true love if it ignites the first time you a girl? Does it continue solely on the strength of its being true, brushing aside many or some anomalies to be found in...
by ronny2005 6 years ago
How do you differentiate between love and lust?
by ladytfromtheqc 14 months ago
what is your definition of true love? Do you believe in true love?What is your definition of true love? Do you believe in true love, uncondional love, or love at first sight? Does your partner?
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