I'd like to think (and traditionalists will likely disagree) that there is a love for everyone at different points in their life and that 'love' is not necessarily from the same person.
Some people develop different needs over time which their initial lover may not be able to fulfill.
Absolutely! Our wants and desires evolve over time. A person may fall in love at age 18 and possibly for example at age 30 with (two different types of people). Granted it takes more courage to fall in love a 2nd or 3rd time once someone has had their heart broken. In order to fall in love one must be open to allowing someone to get close to them.
Yes, I sure hope so! With different people at different stages of life and sometimes even with the same person all over again, years later.
I believe you can fall in love more than once in your life time. But there is something special, I think, about your first love which may not be repeated with someone else. You can love again, but at a different, maybe more mature level than your first love, especially if you were younger when you first fell in love.
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