What is your definition of love and what do expect from the person who says they Love You?
I just want to know what others think or feel about Love and the different views some have about Love because everyones' views of Love are differently, but of course because we all have been through different situations this is possible.
love is something more than a tingling or physical responses with someone you're attracted to. Its about how you act towards to people, someone who put other people's interest other than himself.
Well the definition of love is a bit complex but for someone to truly love you, he/she has to show it
The word love is powerful. It's a commitment. I expect anybody that says that to me, needs to make me first priority in their life, over anyone else. I hate to sound selfish, but that's a serious step.
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