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hi,tell hubbers one thing that love does and don't do
what love does
love think no evil
what love doesn't do
does not puffed up.
Love creates the image of insanity.
Love creates a spiritual connection between friends, lovers, spouses and family.
thanks for your views,
hubbers tell me more about love does and dont
Ok, here's my input. Can't promise it will be sensible but love should be about fun, right?
Love do's and don'ts:
Be honest - never say "my what a big boy you are" when he's not (for e.g.). Avoids later disappointment, on both sides
Be fair - always allow your partner to explain themselves. No matter that you're not interested and you're madder than a wet hen. Let them talk first. Punish later. That way, you can't be accused of being one-dimensional.
Be realistic - pedestals are for pot plants and bible bashers ... not husbands and wives. If you don't hoist them (metaphorically) to heights they've no business being [at] then you won't be half so disappointed when they have bad days. Or months. Or whatever.
Be tactile - though do be careful with this. To some people, too much affection gives them the wrong idea. They start thinking about getting more physical and ... other stuff can happen. Best to keep this for when your partner is coming and going. Or you may find yourself coming and going a little bit more than a busy lifestyle can handle
Be open - no one likes a closed book. So share yourself, your hopes, dreams, thoughts, time - share what can be shared. Omit farting, using the toilet whilst your partner is in the shower and shaving your pubic hair into a fancy design with his/her razor.
If I think of any more, I'll be sure to return
Love is what you do, not what others do for you. Love is a sacrifice, not a feeling. It is when you do for others without wanting anything in return.
Just a thought. the Old Testament God says. "I create light, I create dark. I create good and I create evil." God is love? Look it up for your selves.
thanks again for your great views,
any one to tell us more about love does and don't
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