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Female, Age Private, Buffalo, NY
Posted October 12, 2008
I think there are many different levels of love.First there is your family,and children,in that level of love is uncontionally..But, at the same time,love in a relationship is different both can love each other forever.In time it changes.There is no such thing has true love till u find it.
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Male, 53, Staten Island, NY
Posted November 07, 2008
I always believed love was pretty straight forward. Two people fall in love with each other, maybe have a family together, love each other, live life together and grow old together. I never thought you could love somebody too much. I was so wrong. I gave my heart and soul to someone for over 22 years but in the end, it didn?t matter. The more you love, the more you lose a part of yourself. Watching her walk out of my life used to make me angry and bitter. Not anymore. It made me realize that if I wanted so much to be with the wrong person, how beautiful it would be when the right one comes along.I?ve learned that life and relationships are about finding a person who realizes that you are not perfect, but they?re willing to put aside those imperfections because of all the other good qualities you do posses and vise versa. I think people tend to forget that happiness doesn?t come as a result of getting something you don?t have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what you do have. To bad my ex didn?t know that?LOL... Don?t get me wrong, I believe in love. I?ve given it and received it. But love is what you make of it and with whom you make it with; it is what it is. That?s my story and I?m sticking to it?..LOL
Male, 42, Long Island City, NY
Posted January 21, 2009
just for the ladies
Male, Age Private, Alpharetta, GA
Posted March 21, 2009
Female, 61, Brooklyn, NY
+//Yes there is a difference in love. When u love your parents husband and children, your pet and your car , ... They r all different ESPECIALLY MY love for GOD WHICH IS NUMER ONE IN MY LIFE.. without the almighty I wont be who I am. Everday i tell him how much I praise him for my beautiful children and grandson and all my family.. Now my love for that special one, wow is so hard to describe. I cant wait to hear from him at work and anxious to see him when I get home. WHEN WE KISS THE BUTTERFLY FEELING IS STILL THERE. And I am in my fifties okay is this how I feel.
Thank you dahilialap for mentioning actual levels of love instead of stages of a relationship with one person. It seem many people put love in a little box reserved for a mate/sex partner. I love the fact that you mentioned the love of God first and foremost as well as your parents, children etc... That is balance.
Yes I believe ther are levels of love (many). Of course we have the (some of us) higest form of love which is love of the creator (whatever one choose to call the creator). Second to that is the maternal (natural) love which is unconditional (assuming that the mother is of sound mind meaning for one example mother's under the influence of specifically crack cocaine lose the natural maternal love for her offspring). The third level is the love of nurture which comes from some adoptive mothers who have the capability of nurturing love into their children. Stemming from nature/nurture love I would say their is a) type of love and b) type of love. If one has the natural love or nurtured love instilled into them then puppy love is the elemantary love associated with endearing love, infaturated love which is immature love (so to speak) and this is what I associate as the "a" type of love. The "b" type" of love is the mature love that follows the "a" type of love and specifically in this ordeshow morer where one really learn what love is that love that is nurtured. I'm sorry but there is no love at first sight in actuality unless your speaking of that Creator love or Maternal love - anthing short of this has to be nurtured and you must learn to appreciate everything about that person you grow to love. You may start out really liking the person but for it to last you must nurture the love. There are people in my family and I do believe in the expression that blood is thicker than water and I had to learn to nurture love for some because deep in my heart I knew they did things unjust to me and at times I would overlook it and other times I woudn't and only when I was fully matured did I began to honestly love some of them instead of simply accepting them. Thus, if I had to nurture a love of brother's and sister's (keep in mind I do believe in blood is thicker than water though the blood may be thin at times) who I have know all of my life there is no way I can just meet someone and think I am madly in love with them. If I have strong feelings for them I acknowledge what the attraction is maybe lust or even a higher feeling like intimacy of the minds and then I let the nurturing process began.show less
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Female, 40, Tampa, FL
Posted March 27, 2009
1 Corinthians 13:4 (New International Version) 4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.
Male, Age Private, New York, NY
Posted April 09, 2009
Female, Age Private, Flushing, NY
Is there really a difference between true love and puppy love? If so what is it? How do you know if you truly love someone?
Are you ready to lay down your life? Then and only then will you know you're in love. And not with yourself either !
Male, Age Private, Fayetteville, NC
Posted April 28, 2009
Yes, I think that when someone is constantly on your mind, you wonder what they are doing, at that moment....You wonder do they love you as much as you love them, you are in love. When you enjoy a persons company, and you care for them, and what happens to them, that is like "regular love". I found that the first one is the best and more gradifying. Either are good, its always better to have loved than never have loved.....
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