Yes! There really is a difference between loving someone and being "in love" with them. You could care about them, enjoy being with them, and yet not be "emotionally invested" in them.
Whenever someone says: "I love you but I'm not (in love) with you." What they're really telling you is:
"I care a lot about you but you're not (the one)!"
Generally speaking that should be your queque to distance yourself from them because once they do meet "the one" they're going to dump you in a heartbeat!
by AllaboutY 11 months ago
How do I get my boyfriend to give me more attention?My boyfriend is turning 30 next month and I'm 22.could that be the reason why I feel that I'm being neglected by him?He is so laid back and all I want is for him to pay more attention to me..I really want our relationship to work since we are from...
by Sia 3 years ago
Currently at the point where i have been in many failed relationships after putting my all into them and getting cheated on, betrayed, lied to etc.I'm at the point of giving up. Is it me, my luck or the guys I know?Can anyone offer any advice on what i seem to be doing wrong?Thank you in advance.
by Zarm Nefilin 10 years ago
What does Love mean to you? How do you know it when you see it?What is unconditional love and what are the signs?What is self love and how does it help? At what point does it hurt and become selfish?Where does love come from?Is love only a social thing, or would it be possible for people to...
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