Love is all about care, sharing, honesty and faithful to each other
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Depending in what perspective? Loving these days is taken into each individual differently and is seen more into terms of taking benefit from one another unfortunately.
Majority of times the reasons for loving an individual is through to:
fulfill oneself desires
other more reliable and distinctiveness reasons are
to be with each other and you fulfill one another
You will do anything for one another without any limits
Promises that you both can keep
There is no "universal definition" for the word love.
Essentially love is caring deeply about the welfare of another person. However there are many forms of love: parental, sibling, extended family, platonic/friend and so forth.
Nevertheless what separates those types of love from "romantic love" is our having a desire to be (physically intimate) with our mate or spouse. (hold hands, kiss, snuggle, and have sex..etc)
Everyone has their own idea of what love is suppose to look like, feel like, and how people "in love" should behave towards one another. Whenever we are not being loved (the way we want) or hope to be loved we do not (feel loved) regardless of how much that individual may truly love us! Their love expression is different.
Our goal thus becomes to find someone who will (naturally) love us (the way) we want and hoped to be loved.
Everyone has their own litmus test or "must have" traits.
"If you loved me you would....etc" or "When someone loves you.."
Whenever you have to tell someone HOW to love or treat you there is a good chance that he or she is NOT "the one".
Your goal is to find someone who doesn't have to "change" in order to make you happy or (feel loved) and (vice versa).
Besides people don't "change" unless (they) are unhappy.
Everyone wants to be loved for who (they) are!
Very well said, it sounds like we are all about ourselves these days. I mean its all about as long as my desires are filled then that person is the 'one'
I'm not sure everyone is about themselves or if they have come to realize in a world with over (7 Billion people) they really don't have to "settle". There has to be "someone" who wants what they want and will love them for who (they) are.
Ones that has been 'fulfilled' that 'love' they go search for someone else who does it more then their previous partner, because these days its so easy: 'to jump from one partner to the next, in search of love"
People who are "in love" don't tend to jump from one partner to another. They generally consider themselves to be "lucky"!
This is especially true of (mature people) who have been around the block a few times. Younger folks can be flighty.
True, thanks for your insight. A lot of ''experience'' and I suppose going around for some people is needed to consider themselves as lucky then....
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