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Love is a Choice not a Feeling.
What does love feel like? For centuries, poets have dedicated their creative lives towards trying to explain what being in love feels like, and while that means we as a people have thousands of wonderfully beautiful poems, what we don't have is a crystal clear explanation about what it is like to be in love. While I don't believe we will all ever come to an agreement about what makes the perfection description for how being in love feels, we can learn a lot about other people when we ask them their opinion on the subject. If you ask people what men think what being in love feels like, chances are they each have their own explanation. For the romantics of the world, being in love is puppies and candies and roses. For the practical people, it's meeting someone who shares your interests and your plans for the future.
How to love and be loved - Billy Ward - TEDxFoggyBottom
How sad it is that most people are bereft of this model! This might even be one of the main points of literature: to tell us what society at large is too prudish to explore. The important books should be those that leave us wondering, with relief and gratitude, how the author could possibly have known so much about our lives. Not only are we unhappy, we misunderstand how freakish and rare our particular form of unhappiness might be. How do we know what love should feel like? Then you can focus your energy on the person who needs your love and attention so that you can cultivate you own sense of aliveness and well-being: you.
You love the idea of me. Maybe you like how I look or how I make you feel. People are largely mistaken on what true love really is. Love is pain. Imagine someone knowing all about you. Even the small things. Imagine messing up, and even letting that person down.
The world can sometimes be a trash fire, but one thing almost everyone can get behind is falling in love. Here are 17 women unabashedly sharing just how great it is to be in love:. It's so adorable and fun and exciting and you want to love it and squeeze it every second of every minute of every day. It's mysterious and mischievous and you wonder what it's going to do next. It's the feeling of having your head in the clouds but feet on the ground all at the same time. Along the way you may feel trapped, and you may even be forced to take some detours, but you know that you will ultimately reach the destination through the guidance and mutual protection of your partner. It just feels right.