first and only time was with my ex husband. long relationship that i'm still recovering from. the only time i can truly and genuinely say that i 'fell in love'.
by Colleen McCasland 7 years ago
Is it possible to be "in love' with the idea of being in love?More often than not I find myself falling in love with someone simply to "feel" I am loved. Inherently, these relationships never work.
by JerryJupiter 6 years ago
What exactly IS 'True Love' - peoples definitions always seem to vary greatly!
by Nadia 3 years ago
Can you love someone too much?
by annmarie_west 8 years ago
Love feeds on the joy that comes from within. Feelings strengthened by thinking thoughts of kindness, peace, hope and success toward the one that is loved. It needs no invitation, no encouragement, no telling, no touching, no appreciation, no gifts, no looks, no words - written or spoken.It is not...
by JosieLee 6 years ago
How would you explain 'true love'?
by A.E. Williams 5 years ago
Why is it so easy to say "I Love You" to friends, but harder to family and your significant other?It's funny, but I can say "I Love You" so easily to friends, but when it comes to family and the person I'm seeing. I can't seem to open my mouth and say it. Anyone have an idea of...
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