Being in Love versus Truly Loving Someone

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Being in love and loving someone are two different things.  One is taking and one is giving.

When you’re in love with somebody, you want this person. Being in love is needing to own a part of another individual.

It’s presuming this person is indeed wonderful that you want him Or her to be a part of your lifetime, a part of you.  If you fall in love with an individual, you are feeling an intense urge to consume that person in any way you can.

Being in love is presuming you want someone in order to be joyful.

You want him or her to be a part of your daily life in some way or yet, not because you want to own a bit of the person, but because you want to give her or him a bit of your self; loving someone is deeming him or her worthy of owning part of you.

It isn’t about possession; it is about wanting only the best For that person – something that often means letting that love go.

When you are in love with someone, your emotions are constantly on high. A sort of high you never want to let go of.

When you love somebody, your own emotions settle and then fluctuate. Loving somebody is not as much about the emotions as it’s about the thoughts.

Thinking about somebody, wishing the best for that individual, doing the best to make them happy and, well, caring for that individual just as much as – if not more than yourself, that is what love is.

When You have passed the stage of simply being in love with Somebody to actually loving him or her, you need to learn how to give up the constant high and also to ride the less frequent waves as they come.

When you’re in love with someone, you’re planning to reach some goal. That is what makes falling in love so stimulating – the continuous yearning for more. You need to spend more time with this person, get to understand them better, be with this individual as long as you can.

If you love someone, you are not rushing to reach the finish line.

The purpose that being in love calls for no longer exists but only because it’s already been attained. Being in love is not just understanding what you have Is everything you need, but wanting to strengthen that bond forever.

When you are in love, the chemicals in your brain and body make you feel as if the individual is the best person on the planet.

If you love somebody, you take care of that individual more than you believe.

Being in love is easily recognizable, as it makes you feel a constant longing, a continuous need.

If you truly love someone, such minutes of separation and loss overwhelm you with emotion. People often forget how much they love a person – or fail to realize just how much they love them until life compels them to remember.

When you are in love with someone, you can fall from love with that somebody. In the case of falling in love, what boils frequently crawls back up.

If you can fall in love with a Individual then you know you can as readily fall out of love with him or her. Being in love – and – intimate love completely – is mostly a Result of our heads’ creation. Romanticizing the individual as well as the relationship.

When you are in love, reality doesn’t always line up with Your version of it. If you love somebody, you never really stop loving that someone.

Loving an individual is something that defines you – it defines the person you’re.

People who love, people we care about all, those who mean that the many people, and who have influenced us most in our own lives, are those who never really leave us.

If you love someone, you can not stop loving that person because it would require you to stop loving part of you personally.

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