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Post Reply How do you feel about love these days?
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Posted 2/13/17
Love is a wonderful thing, weather it's romantic in nature or not. We need much more of it in the world.
Posted 2/13/17
i have never loved anyone outside my family really. I've cared about every partner i've ever had but i never loved any of them. I feel like people throw about "i love you" far too much and it's lost its meaning.
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Posted 2/14/17
I feel almost nothing about it.
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Posted 2/14/17 , edited 2/14/17
Love is the reason for my existance well that and immortality.
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Posted 2/14/17

Rasuberri wrote:

would be nice if there were still people that actually wanted to settle down


We exist we are just shunned by a society who wants to have sex-to-go and leave.
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Posted 2/14/17

Ryulightorb wrote:


Rasuberri wrote:

would be nice if there were still people that actually wanted to settle down


We exist we are just shunned by a society who wants to have sex-to-go and leave.


ugh
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30 / M / B.C, Canada
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Posted 2/14/17
Love is a beautiful thing, and I still remember it fondly. Of course the one I used to love is in a better place so I guess I lack it at he moment. But tis better to have loved and lost then to have never loved at all.
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Love is a beautiful thing when you find that special someone.

But I would also say that human society would benefit from spreading more love around in general.
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Posted 2/14/17
There needs to be more love in the world
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Posted 2/16/17 , edited 2/16/17
Waste of time and effort.


Rasuberri wrote:

would be nice if there were still people that actually wanted to settle down


Oh there are, but its becoming rare. When my friends are asked if they are going to they laugh about it and give a look in disgust, and I just look there thinking seriously?

Don't get me wrong, I haven't found anyone I'd consider marrying, but that mostly has to come from this messed up personality problem my generation has: extremely selfish, irresponsible and lazy and who'd want to put up with that? I come from a family you work and study hard and do your best to take care of your family. Many in today's generation want to remain adult children forever without any responsibilities, its pathetic and from a romantic viewpoint completely unattractive.
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Posted 2/16/17
I realize now how hard love can be, but I have also felt more loved than I have in my entire life because of my husband. I truly know what it is to be in love; to love someone and be loved by them equally in return. Love is the ups and downs, the highs and the lows. Love is cherishing your beloved above all else even after seeing the worst side of them The Bible tells us that love never fails, and I know this to be true.
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Posted 2/18/17
Send some to me if u get time
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Posted 2/18/17
If you don't love yourself first, you'll have a difficult time loving others.

Love as a concept is complicated as all hell, but worth it when it can be reciprocated.

You don't need religion or status to discover love, and you damn sure don't need someone else to define it for you. It's what you make it out to be.
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Posted 2/19/17
Well, it took some time and self growth to find the right person. It's well worth the effort. There will many times where I gave up while single; luckily I didn't give up via self pity route. Been married over a decade presently to a lady 6 months older than myself (cradle robber) with zero regrets.

Don't give up no matter how tempting that idea is. The benefits greatly exceed the psychological setbacks encountered enroute.
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Posted 2/19/17 , edited 2/19/17
I feel that alot of peoples idea of love is quite limiting and unrealistic and thus unfulfilling and for the most part empty, like a thief in search of a mirage. I'm not sure it's necessarily something you find cause it's never really hidden, but I think we push it away in a sense by layering on a whole bunch of stuff on top of it, put it on a pedestal and make it out to be something unrealistic and extreme, so we seek it out all the time, maybe we experience it sometimes and cling onto it for dear life and want it to be a static experience cause it's so great but when it goes we're devastated and become miserable, or sometimes we large portions of our lives almost getting there but never quite experiencing it. I think most people are obessed with an idealistic idea of love and not the actual thing itself. Also I think our common preconception of love puts a hole in our psyche, we assume we don't have it intrinsically and that we have and need to get it from somewhere externally in order to experience it at all. I think all of this is quite extreme really.
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