Discussion in 'Family, Friends and Relationships' started by boo, Oct 22, 2010.
Well do you? hmy:
no..i feel if i was to ever find love again,it wont be enough
I used to think so. But it turns out that the closer you get to someone, the more it'll fuck you up. So for me, I'm done with love. Me myself and I might not be as happy alone, but we sure as well won't be as hurt when things end up falling apart. I was born alone and I'm damn well gonna die alone.
No. Love isn't real.
Well speaking as someone in love and married AND on this forum, i would say as great as it is, its not enough sadly.
I think that the only way for love to be able to conquer all is if you became completely dependent on that person and enjoyed it. But then the other one in that relationship would hate that, unless they loved being depended on and not doing anything else ever. I doubt love could ever be.. everything. People like their own space too much. They like independence.
Sometimes, it all depends on how strong the love you feel is.
The love I have for my sister, will forever conquer all.
only for so long~
A few months from now the divide between Edmonton and Toronto will have killed love for me twice :\
It conquers mental illness pretty adequately, though.
I cant believe in something i have never experienced
Bah this whole love conquers all idea is nothing but a giant crock of a shit
Wesley Snipes said it best, it only happens in Disney films.
I still love my ex partner after 4 years apart but I won't have him back so no love doesn't conquer all..
I loved my son more than my life and he's gone so NO
Depends what type of love. If it's an normal affectionate bond, then yes. If it's puppy love romantic feelings that only last for two years or so, then no.
Love is not real, like fairies and unicorns, you just want to believe in it. Like you wanted to believe in Santa.
Love isn't that strong I'm sorry.
Sure...it kinda does. But chances are the other person doesn't feel the same.
used to listen to Billy Ocean singing the same song and just SOB. Now I can't be bothered.
Person's who have suffered by the pangs of unrequited love are fearful of its repetition, which may lead to a depression loop. I have no doubt in love as an ideal: 'tis a consummation devoutly to be wished (contextual application of Shakespeare)', or it lies on the topmost bough unpicked for it lays unripe (Sappho); for many writing in this thread, it seems like love has been found then lost, either due to self-deception or powers lying beyond our control. But i remember the nicer moments, which are frankly the last straw holding me; i found that it helps if i no longer remember the person during such reminices, but just how it made me feel.
i doubt it. have the cops make you a suspect for some nasty illegal sex act and see how long it takes for your partner or family to leave. you have to be pretty special for people not to leave you, even over a false accusation.