Hope this is not a trick question.
Anyway, I always believe that we do not necessary like everything about the person we love. There will be good points as well as bad points. We may not LIKE everything of the person we love but sometimes, love is a mystery.
Maybe you will grow to like what you dislike of the person you are in love with. There is always a start when you have the spark. Right?
there is a thin line between love and hate, children bully the ones they have a crush on. adults can even ignore them. sometimes the tention from the hatred can lead to lust in adults and lust can lead to love. its all about the adrenaline rush, fight or flight at its best! you either argue and walk away or you crave the ardenaline from the hatred wanting more and more of the person you hate, your brain will confuse the adrenaline and use it to produce 'feel good' hormones that create the idea of love.
Yes I can. I don't have to like someone, to not hate them.
I've been told by a few different gals that they hate me because they love me. Ahh, well, some people just can't seem to find stability in their life; ha!
I do believe you can love someoone that you do not like....what if it was a brother or sister that is having a hard time coping with life and doing something you do not approve of...you would love them anyway..
When I was young, I believed I could grow to love anyone. However, familiarity brought a rude awakening. I now believe love begins with like.
When one dislikes another, it is difficult to see past the visceral emotional reactions that become a pattern with familiarity. When a controlling nature is a component for the dislike, it is impossible to feel positive about a situation where there are no winners. The dominant personality is never satisfied, as few can live up to their standards of perfection and the partner being controlled feels flawed, enslaved, bullied and resentful.
Friendship is earned over time by honesty, trust, and caring. The friendships I value have outlasted two marriages. The difference is that my friends value me, not as an appendage, but as a unique individual. The friendships I've fostered are mutually caring, with all parties accepting the other, just as they are. Whereas, both spouses expected me to change to suit their needs, leaving me with the realization that, short of morphing into a Stepford Wife, I had to make my own way without them.
by L. Spikes 6 years ago
Is it really possible to love someone that you honestly don't like?Or are people just fooling themselves for whatever reason they feel justified in using?
by Nicole 3 years ago
Do you believe you can chose to love someone for the rest of your life?Is it possible that staying in love can be something you chose to do, if it feels right with a specific person? Can we see the connection that is already existing with that person, and chose to cherish it, make it grow, keep it...
by Lisa Brown 8 months ago
How can you say you really love someone if you don't trust them?
by Cindy Murdoch 6 years ago
How can you truly know you love someone?What are the signs to look for - both for and against this scenario?
by Bella Nina 6 years ago
How do you move on with someone when your heart belongs to another?How do you move on with someone when your heart belongs to another, but you can never be with the one you are already in love with?
by Gianandrea Maoli 6 years ago
"I love you, but I don't like you." What do you believe this statement means?
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