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yagi86 
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Posted 12/20/17

serifsansserif wrote:


yagi86 wrote:

it is like you think about the other person all the time and you want nothing more than to be with them and spend time with them and you want to see them happy and never sad, it breaks your heart to see them sad or hurt. and you'll do anything to be with them and you can't imagine life without them


That's infatuation and imposing your ideas of someone else's desires upon them.


what?
that makes zero sense

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Posted 12/21/17 , edited 12/21/17
What is love? Baby don't hurt me.
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Love is not a feeling. Love is put to the test, pain not. One does not say: "That was not true pain, or it would not have gone off so quickly." (Z § 504)
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Posted 12/28/17 , edited 12/28/17
It's an easy question. One that asks about the essence of belonging. You probably feel connected to others in some ways already but Humans are always greedy for more if they deem something worthy of possession. People have engaged in self-destructive behaviour for less. Gotta catch them all!
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Posted 12/28/17 , edited 12/31/17
LOVE is a verb,is an action word ,is not selfish ,is kind,is accept. If you don't see it then you must choose to seek it.

It is for you to discover the meaning and is not given to you from us .
The fastest way to discover it is to help those in need, to listen to the a young child and the very old and the lost and discarded, it is to be kind and lend a helping hand .

An example I can give you is my love for my dog ( since he is with me here as I type,) although dogs has unconditional loyalty to their master , I will do my best to make him happy and healthy I get him the best food, provide him warm bed and lots of play time even though I have pain ,is how I show my love for loving and loyal pet and when he is happy , I am happy.

It is sad what you are going thru but you are not alone. I grew up and my parents where not best of friends to say it lightly. I go to the garden and I spend time hanging out at our fruit trees and I spoke to them as in a prayer but throughout the years I see my mothers love for her children and she remained strong and struggled to support us children and I have seen my fathers love for me from time to time, then my father died when I was a young teen.There are thing one will never forget but i had something that helped me.
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Posted 12/28/17 , edited 12/28/17
Love feels like love which is the opposite of fear. Love is also unconditional acceptance of what is.
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17
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Posted 12/29/17
To tell you the truth, I don't know. Looking back, I honestly don't think I've ever actually been in love before.
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17
Hating your family is what an emo kids say, but anyway.

You can’t describe what love is, everyone knows what is it but nobody knows how to describe it.

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Posted 12/29/17

VegaStarX1 wrote:
Love is also unconditional acceptance of what is.


Nice! Maybe we all have it but because we think there are ingredients we are missing we think it's not there even though the reaction has already occured.
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Posted 12/29/17
The thought of loosing them makes you feel painful.
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Posted 1/2/18 , edited 1/2/18

Guccini wrote:


VegaStarX1 wrote:
Love is also unconditional acceptance of what is.


Nice! Maybe we all have it but because we think there are ingredients we are missing we think it's not there even though the reaction has already occured.


Thanks. We all do have it in our hearts but we forgot about it as we grew older. Society made us think it's something that is so complicated and hard to attain but it is not. Love is not outside. It is inside. When we were born we were born as loving beings but culture conditioned us out of that natural state.

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ZetsubouShoujo wrote:

I've been asking myself this question for a while now. It just suddenly hit me one day that I'm not sure I've felt love, at least not in a LOOOOONG time. I'm talking about "when I was a little kid long time, and I don't even remember that.
I'm not just talking about romantic love, of course. I mean, love for family, for friends.

I don't have any friends. I have two (unhappily) married parents and a younger brother. We don't really have a bad relationship but I don't know if I love them. I'm indifferent to them a lot of the time. Sometimes I think I hate them. And would that even be possible? To love and hate your family (who, by the way, has always made sure you want for nothing)?

This must sound horrible, and yeah I'm a pretty horrible person. But I still want to know if ANYONE out there knows what love feels like? What does it feel like to you?


Do you always put yourself down for the amusement of others or is it just something you get off on?

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For me its when you can really be your true self with someone. You aren't scared what they will think of you, you know that they will accept you no mater what.
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I've been in love twice. It's when you wake up and you talk to them that brings a smile to your face and calms you down. When their smile brightens the room for you, when you would do anything for them and when you can just be yourself around them no matter what.

Family love is complicated however. Sometimes you like them, sometimes you hate them. Other times you feel forced to "love" them.
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