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What did happen with your first love?why?

  1. Deepak Chaturvedi profile image71
    Deepak Chaturvediposted 5 years ago

    What did happen with your first love?why?

  2. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 5 years ago

    Like a lot of people my first "love" took place in high school. Unfortunately this is often the case. We are too young and to immature to really know what love is and we aren't living in "reality". It's easy to be in love when you all you have to focus on is school and that person. You have no idea how they would handle day to day streesses of working, paying bills, dealing with living together....etc
    Essentially teenage love is not on par with adult love. As a teenager you have yet to figure (who you are) let alone know what to look for in a mate for life! What is driving your feelings are hormones and naiveté at that age.
    Truth be told most first loves out of Jr. high school or Sr, high school usually don't lead to marriage.

  3. Maanasi profile image70
    Maanasiposted 5 years ago

    High school it was. Lasted for quite a while. May sound tragic or a cliche but the chap tied in a road accident. But life does go on smile I am now married with a wonderfully sweet 18 month old.

  4. sunilkunnoth2012 profile image32
    sunilkunnoth2012posted 5 years ago

    I met her during my teenage.  We were in deep love.  Still I couldnt marry her.  We departed after a few years.  Then there were no news of her for quite long period.  I felt so sad that I even couldn't meet her accidentally too.  The long twelve years I searched for her, prayed for her but no trace.  But God is great finally I got her after a gap of twelve years.  When I phoned her, first she couldn't recognize me. But I called her Nick name (done by me), she happily called me my in her sweetest tone and we spoke for a few minutes.  She didn't sleep that night, I called.  Same is the case with me too.  Now we are in strong bond and keep in touch with phone.  I am happy that I got back her company.  She loves me, cares me and pray for me.  I too reciprocate in the same manner.  Our prayer to God is that we should not depart till our death.  Hope the God will listen us.

 
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