When can you actually tell to someone,YOu complete me?
I often read,watched and hear people say these "you complete me" but when did you really felt that a certain someone complete you.
Never! How attractive am I if I present myself as anything less than 100%? If I feel theneed for something outside of myself to fill a void inside myself, I probably am not ready for a relationship.
I like your answer idono...but maybe because you have' nt fallen inlove yet to someone where you are ready to give up everything for that certain person so you dont know yet when to feel in saying those words to someone nor someone you.
Maybe you heard this on tv or a movie. But to actually say it to someone in a sincere, actual moment, needs to be taken very seriously, no matter how much you are in love. if you have to say it, in my opinion it would be with someone you have had a true loving relationship for a very long time...over 10 years. I agree with IDONO...you must be already be complete on your own, and not rely on another person for this because things can change, and where does that leave you?
So true lupine it takes a serious relationship to say such words,its when you are already dependent and unconditionally inlove with someone that you feel your not complete without them.
I understand what you are saying. You must be in a truly loving relationship, which is very rare these days, that makes you feel this way. I hope it lasts forever and the other person feels the same way about you.
I just think we know. We know in our hearts when we really love someone. It is something different, a different feeling when we meet the "one". I agree that we cannot rely on another person to actually make us a person or make us happy. We need to be happy and satisfied with ourselves before we are in any relationship. But of course another person can bring out the best in us, help us achieve our goals, be our backs and well complete us. It does not mean we only had half a heart before and now we have a whole one, it just means that our whole heart has an extra special piece. Love is a great thing. It is a powerful thing and can bring much joy to our lives. It is not always going to be easy, but we know when we find that special one when we are willing to go through not only the good, but the bad and come out stronger than before.
Thank you so much to you comment jennshealthstone.We could only love somrone from loving ourselves first and so was with happiness but when wefind the right person who made us much love and makes us a better person then its the right time.
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