Is falling to deeply in love a bad thing in 2016?
I've noticed on social media that a lot of people are getting cheated on and their heart broken. I'm just trying to find out if anyone thinks right now you can't be falling to deeply for someone else because a heart break is beginning to be something which is expected
Unfortunately people have so many options, and there is always the idea that there is someone better out there. Also, people don't want to make commitments because they can't fathom having sex with only one person for the rest of their lives. People today have the option of divorce, and are not taught the spiritual side of it, so when things get bad, they just break up. When you are at the alter, you're making the commitment "for better or for worse, in good times and in bad." As for everything else. people may just be of the idea that they should enjoy themselves, and ignore the sanctity of marriage and even long term commitment.
The so called "Love" between a man and a woman what the world falls for is only some kind of infatuation and attraction. There will always be conflicts involved in it. The minimal the sexual attraction the less the absue, the commitment last long.
The word love has been misused to such an extent, that every step of the way we question its meaning. If this were real love, then how can it be like this? Where can one find love? What is real love?
Only the Enlightened One who is the embodiment of love can give us the real definition of love. Real love does not increase or decrease.It does not overflow when someone offers praise nor does it turn hostile towards the one who insults.It is this love that sees the world as flawless. This love makes you experience the Lord in human form.
God exists where there is honesty in relative interactions and where there is pure love, which does not increase, or decrease. These are the two places where God resides. Where there is love, faith and purity, that is where God is.
Falling deeply in love has never had anything to do with a year or era.
Choosing the "right mate" makes all the difference in the world!
Each of us gets to (choose) our own friends, lovers, and spouse.
We get to decide who we will engage with and exchange contact information with as well as spend our time with.
If someone is having one bad relationship after another it's probably time they reexamined their "mate selection criteria". The only thing all of your bad relationships have in common is (you).
Hopefully with age comes wisdom and we learn how to choose people who share our same values, want the same things we do in a relationship, naturally agree with us on how to obtain those things, and last but not least have a mutual depth of love and desire for one another. Know yourself, love yourself, trust yourself.
Immaturity and having unrealistic expectations can often lead to heartache especially during our teens and 20s.
For example any young woman in her 20s who thinks guys in that age range are looking forward to marriage, signing a 30 year mortgage, and having children is (usually) setting herself up for a broken heart.
Most guys in that age range are looking to establish a career, party with friends, play video games, watch sports,and get laid.
Many of them don't really start to consider settling down until they are in their late 20s or even mid 30s.
They haven't figured out who they are!
Ultimately one has to know what they want before they seek to pursue a relationship. To do otherwise is the equivalent of going shopping without a list!
You're liable to throw anything into your cart at the last minute.
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