People love those whom they find to be extremely compatible and thoroughly enjoy spending time with.
After awhile their is an emotional connection whereby they care about each other's wellbeing and miss one another if apart.
Having said that there numerous forms of love such as parental, sibling, friendship, and romantic love.
Human beings are social creatures who desire to be liked, loved, wanted, or accepted by at least a few other folks on the planet.
Just because you love yourself doesn't mean you don't have the capacity to love others. You can do both!
Each of us gets to (choose) our own friends, lovers, and spouse.
Life is a (personal) journey!
Being in a relationship or getting married is optional not a requirement. There are only 5 real "needs" adults have.
1. Air 2. Water 3. Food 4.Shelter 5.Clothing
Everything else is pretty much a "would be nice to have" thing.
by afrykanqwin 2 years ago
Why is it so easy for people to judge others and so hard for them to love others??just a thot, would love to hear from others...
by akhilkarun 8 years ago
How should we love and care for others? Should we love them more than we love ourself or should we mind our business first?!
by james0211 8 years ago
The Spiritual man needs nothing and therefore seeks the needs of others.The fleshly person wants everything and cannot even see past these desires to meet the needs of others.What was Jesus promoting spirituality or carnality?
by steffsings 8 years ago
I was recently studying Mark 12:28-31 which calls us to Love God with our whole being, AND ALSO to love our fellow man "as ourself". How can someone who does NOT love themselves (low self esteem) treat others well? SIMILAR ISSUE: Can we be both humble and also have enough love for...
by Ramphil Basco 6 years ago
Do you Love yourself?From 1 to 10... having 1 as the lowest and 10 as the highest. Rate how much you love yourself.
by Neha J 4 years ago
Is there any reason for Jesus's teaching?
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