Would you stay single till you find the real love don't matter what?,Or get into any relationship?
do you prefer staying single waiting for meeting your real love, or just get into any random relationship to not to feel lonely and because you can't live without a partner in your life
Being single is kind of lonely and I love having at least one person with me so I don't feel lonely. Besides, I don't entirely believe in true love. I believe in compatability between personalities. And so far, it has helped me keep a good relationship for quite some time and helped me find my partner.
by annmarie_west7 years ago
Love feeds on the joy that comes from within. Feelings strengthened by thinking thoughts of kindness, peace, hope and success toward the one that is loved. It needs no invitation, no encouragement, no telling, no...
by Dray Chukis7 years ago
Unconditional love is impractical; the very theory of it is a trap designed to snare newly weds in the abyss that is marriage and inevitable divorce? We create sociologigal expectations of each other that are both...
by A.E. Williams5 years ago
Why is it so easy to say "I Love You" to friends, but harder to family and your significant other?It's funny, but I can say "I Love You" so easily to friends, but when it comes to family and the...
by taheruddin6 years ago
Lot of people do not agree to involve in a relationship, the real relationship that he/she will continue. They show lots of causes like earning, establishment, adjustment etc. But human being need relation that is...
by BenWritings6 years ago
How old were you when you first fell in love? Not puppy love, but real love
by kumar12344 years ago
I am indian national having a filipina girl friend. We are on for almost 8 years now. We met online in 2001 and managed to meet after 4 years of countinous communications. we both are in dubai now and happily living...
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