In today's world, true love still exists or not for loves.
Do we all should believe that true love exists. We can hope for finding it. Should we search for it or finding true love is just a matter of chance. What are your experiences in the favor of true love.
Ofcourse it does,it just appears when you stop looking, true love is based on truth and reality,if someone makes you feel special and happy it doesn't necessarily mean it's true love when you meet your perfect match,someone who understands you and and tells what he/thinks about someone or something may truly love you, true love sill exists but the mistake people often do is looking in the wrong places.
If you're looking. For your perfect companion take time to sit down and write what you like in a guy and be completely honest with yourself.
Do not try to get the perfect man by seducing him such as striping or lap dancing etc.. Then imagine if another woman comes and does the same thing to him when you guys are married/dating? He wouldn't be able to resist if he wasn't able to resist you and that isnt true love so yes true love does still exist but many few of us know where to look
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It seems more people are interested in finding someone who will love them "unconditionally" then (they) are in loving someone the way they want to be loved! True love is having a (mutual) depth of love!
These days a lot of people HATE the dating process. They want to skip the (time investment) of getting to know someone.
Most people have yet to figure out who (they are) let alone what they want or need in a mate for life! It's the equivalent of going shopping without a list!
Generally speaking these types of people allow "impulsive connections" and "happenstance" to dictate their relationship choices.
Others start off by saying; "I'm looking for a (serious) relationship." or "I'm looking for someone who is ready to get married." It's as if (timing) is more important than the (person) they meet!
They've made up their minds they are going to marry the NEXT person they date and therefore their only requirement is he/she also wants to get married. First comes like and then comes love! Every serious relationship I've ever had including marriage began casually and (evolved) into something serious. Dating is suppose to be a FUN and Sociable activity.
Relax! No one is asking you to decide on whether to cut the red wire or the blue wire! It's placing a (self imposed urgency) that keeps people from enjoying being single. Happy relaxed people are far more attractive than uptight people.
Another game people play is they'll eliminate as many options for themselves and then scream they can't find anyone. There are over 7 Billion people on the planet! However if I said "the one" has to be of my same race I may be eliminating over 6 Billion people sight unseen! If I said they have to presently live in my same town or state that could eliminate additional millions on top of the billions who don't live in my country. All of this is before you get to height, weight, education, hobbies, and occupation! Lastly we say our family/friends must like "the one" and vice versa.
Here are 4 basic steps for finding "the one".
1. Become a "me expert". - You have know what traits you want/need.
2. Create a profile of your "Ideal Mate" (Be as granular as you want)
This may include such things as do they live in the city or suburb, hobbies, interests, types of places they'd frequent. shop..etc
3. Transference (Ask yourself if you were them would you want you?)
If the answer is no then cultivate the traits you believe they'd want.
4. Be there! You have to run in the same circles! (See #2)
True love still exists. I know it because I have it. Over the course of a marriage my wife has shown it to me time and time again. Not just in the good times and perhaps more importantly in the bad times. And I know that I truly truly love my wife, especially in the trying times. While WE are far from perfect our love remains. We have rough spots but they only seem to diminish and in fact make our love stronger.
No one knows the future but I would stake a life on the fact that our love will last forever. It will not be the same but it will endure. True love does many things and I cannot find fault with the description found in Paul's letter to the Corinthians.
As for finding it -- who knows. I know that I did not find it but rather it found me.
I believe true love exist. It may be hard to find but it is attainable. I believe we have to relax and learn to love ourselves first. Understand that we cannot put the burden on others to make us happy but love and be happy with ourselves first. Look for people with the qualities we like ( and be realistic with our expectations) and not try to force people to be who we want them to be. Also we must take the time to know someone. Take the time to see how they handle: finances, religion, child rearing. Too many people get in relationships or marriage then start complaining. If you take the time to know someone, some painful things that tear you apart later can be avoided.
True love will always exist. You can't avoid love in any place or time.
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