i don't belive in the love between mom and son, maybe father son.
mom doesn't care much.
then real love like you and a partner? well can be real, it's just what you make of it.
you can make it real (though not like in disney).
It is not a question of belief .. Love is real.. It might not happen to everyone, but if it happens to you , you'll feel it.. I've been with my gf for over 3 years, and my heart still flutters when I think of her.. I wish it happens to all of you.
Well, part of the secret is not to let yourself focus on physical attributes. Of course we'd all want the hottest looking person out there. Looks aren't all. You should focus more on common interests, the way the person treats you and others, what that person can bring to your life. There is no real secret.. If it happens to you , you'll just feel it. That feeling like you can really be yourself with that person around you, that you can see yourself with that person still in your life years from now... Just be yourself, kind , generous (not talking about money , but about what you're willing to do for the other) and don't rule out someone because that person isn't a perfect 10 on your scale of looks. Of course , it won't ever work if you don't find the other person attractive.. But for me, attractiveness is not only looks, but what that person is as a whole.. I've met ugly looking people that were very attractive because of their attitude and many hot looking people with a terrible attitude that weren't attractive at all.
Don't rush love , but don't give up either. Oh , and be respectful.
obviously everyone has their own interpretation of "love" but i feel it probably used to exist and certainly does for most people with their children, but its been watered down so much that it will probably never be as strong for the majority of people as it once was.....seems like its just a side effect of the change in culture, everything in modern culture is treated as disposable, including relationships, i guess it kinda falls on the person "falling" for someone too, i think if most people acted a little more hesitant and aware they would save themselves a lot of heartache by simply honestly taking a look at their potential partner and honestly asking themselves if they think this is the kind of person who wants to settle down long term or is just willing to settle until something better comes along.
as with many friends who suffered from "bad breakups" the telltale signs are usually there from the start, track records and stuff make up a lot of that, the saying a leopard can't change its spots comes to mind, if your new partner has a track record of jumping from relationship to relationship leaving a trail of destruction........don't fall for your brain trying to convince yourself that you will be any different, not saying 100% write them off, but just be very slow going into any sort of relationship if your worried they seem like the kind of person who will get bored and abandon ship at any given opportunity......unless that's what your looking for, in which case pound away, just know your building up your own track record in the process
@MasterJ360 and @Paolosworld when you're in love for real there are no mind games or needing to hide things from each other. You each accept the other person for who they are and love and respect that person. You feel no need to hide anything and can share everything and don't feel judged, only understood and loved. So yes love exists and it is wonderful but maybe you haven't experienced it yet
Love is real, but that doesn't mean it's always easy. As expressed by a lot of lonely nerds in this blog. People also constantly confuse infatuation with love which is a huge mistake pretty much everyone makes. People also don't realize the biggest hurdle of a relationship is being able to put up with eachother long term. We're all unbearable human beings in some way, which is why finding compatibility is that much harder.
When you find the perfect person for you it's very obvious. It sure was for me when I met Chary.
Thats stupid question, to be honest. Love is part of us. It is eternal love. The hate is also part of us too. Nothing to believe in love or anything. It is just there and part of us. We can't deny it. It is really silly question. No question about it. It is just part of us. Without it, we are not mean to be human being and we mean nothing at all. With it, we are something marvelous creatures ever created.
I do love people all over the world even if I don't know them. I care and respect one another even animals. Its part of us. Not just love mom to her son or love dad to his son at all. We are supposed to learn to love ANYBODY. SAD, not everyone feels that way. They are NOT HUMAN being at all. For me, I love everyone in the world because we are all same human being and we are the family, PERIOD! SMH. Really stupid question. @_@
The only GOD I'll ever love , are games on demand. If you're talking about the god that leads catholics into becoming pedophiles and rapists like their priest, then there's no chance of that ever happening.
Yes I do believe in love, I'm mairred for 7 years and I known my wife for 14 years. But I have very strong friendship with my mother and sister in law, you can say it is love.
They take big care of my when I got probelems with my mother and last year when I was in a depression. I allways amke the joke that I have 2 morhers
People do not experience emotions the same way as others do, but from my experience, it is certainly not just a hard-wired biological chemical attraction. When you love someone, you have a very special and indescribable bond with them. It's a connection that goes above a normal friendship - but the flip side, as mentioned, it's easy to believe you love someone even if you don't really have that connection. It's a misleading emotion and difficult to describe but it is most definitely real for most people when it "clicks".
Optional paragraph on "When you first love God..." below.
When you first love God...
I'm going to allow myself to be sardonic here for a second - which God should we love? Why is the Christian God the "correct" one as opposed to the many other major world religions, which all have valid prophets and religious texts no different to Christianity? Why do you dismiss Zeus as a Greek fable but place wholehearted faith in a different god? There is no doubt that religion teaches valuable moral lessons and it can be comforting for many people, but the reality is that Christianity inherently and objectively contradicts itself on many fronts. The only thing we can say, for absolute certainty, is that we have our time here and now - we cannot guarantee an afterlife, heaven, or a god, but we can guarantee that we have each other during our time on earth and the incredible connections we can form with other people. So even if a "just in case we don't have anything afterwards", we should help and befriend other people throughout our lives rather than spend our lives waiting for "heaven" and we should invest ourselves in other people, not one of many gods whom we cannot even verify as real.