All you need is Love, and Love is all you need.
When You're In a Relationship
Important things to remember when you are married or in a serious relationship: Do not ever assume your partner feels loved.
8 Relationships Lessons I Learned From My Twin Flame Encounter
What is a twin flame? Twin flames are two halves or mirrors of two different individuals These individuals tend to have similar strengths and weaknesses and feel intensely connected over something shared.
I felt like my heart was being ripped out. We sat in the principal’s office, both tense as the principal stared down at us. No words had been spoken, but I knew what this was about. We’d been discovered. I felt Alex shift beside me, her leg bouncing up and down as she tried to calm her anxiety.
How to Tell Someone You Love Them
"I love the fuck out of you." That's what she said. Sitting at a large conference table in the most comfortable chair. She looked right at him and told him she loved the fuck out of him.
I want to spend the rest of my life with you
For the rest of my life, I want to spend time with you, go out, wear flat cloth shoes, wear loose and elegant cotton linen clothes, carry a simple backpack and bring a burning enthusiasm. Near the city, visit the secluded mountains, the wild trees, the new grass by the river and the wild birds in the bamboo forest.
The Kind of Man I Waited For
Growing up I was always told the same few things about marriage. “Wait for the man who brings home flowers to you!” “Wait for the man who always holds the door open for you.”
What cannot go is life, and what cannot be forgotten is true love
A lover doesn't need to be more beautiful. He really needs to accompany his life. Life doesn't need to be more romantic. His life is plain. One forgets, maybe can forget a name, one deletes, but can't delete a love. A true love is not to get, but to hope that the person he loves will live better. There is always a page in life, not that you don't want to turn it over, but that you are reluctant to forget. There is always a sentence, not that you don't want to say it, but that you don't want to say it, Love that is hard to let go is only because it is locked in life and unwilling to turn around. It is only because it lives in memory. There are two petals in people's hearts, one is eternal, and the other is memory. The true feelings are divided into two parts, one is treasure, one is aftertaste, one name, a few strokes, one word of love, three strokes and two strokes, a clear dream. It is deep and shallow. Life is drunk, feelings are tired, joy, resentment and hatred. Many unwilling are not important, but feelings. If you are well, It is a sunny day. If you are happy, I am happy. People come and go. How many people see your flashiness, but they can't see your vicissitudes, and how many people see your smile, but they don't understand where your tears come from. Lovers must love themselves first. Why regret life? You can give up your love. Lovers may also love you. Love is unforgettable in your heart, and love is hard to break in the depths of love.
The Construction Worker
Her townhome was finally built. Covid and its impact on the housing market delayed her closing for months. The anticipation was mounting as she walked up to the home for her final walk through. She hardly remembered the colors and design of the home. She enjoyed designing the home several months back to fit within her modernist ideals, i.e., lots of whites and greys. She was the average millennial in that way. But it was her first home, so she wanted it to be perfect.
I spent the night last night with R.S. a man I've been seeing for almost nine months weekly; sometimes bi-weekly. It was the first time I held myself back a little and I couldn't figure out why until today. R.S. and I have an amazing thing going on where we can be completely honest with each other. I can say literally antying to him and know without a shadow of doubt know that he will listen without interruption.
The 2 Big Love Myths That Will Always Make You Suffer
You are with a partner or perhaps you are afraid to commit to a relationship, for several reasons: you no longer wish to suffer because you are no longer respected, you have fallen into an affective dependence where you are dominated, you you may be the victim of toxic jealousy, you can no longer be fulfilled, you feel like you are giving a lot without getting something in return, you no longer feel that you are considered at your fair value, you are simply disappointed.
Why do we delay the realization of “true” happiness?
A day or two ago I was having my obligatory month to month thoughtfulness meeting (which is generally expected), investigating and overthinking all that from arranging out my supper menu for the whole week to pondering the genuine significance of life. During this meeting, the all-encompassing inquiry was: What is preventing me from being really cheerful? I asked myself this since I additionally know how to be really blissful. I read an adequate number of otherworldly texts. I observed an adequate number of otherworldly recordings. Also, they all say basically exactly the same thing. Reflection. Positive contemplations bring forth sure encounters. Relinquishing the self image. Etc. Be that as it may, notwithstanding having this data, for what reason is it still hard for so many of us to be really satisfied?
True Love Is Cultivated Rather Than Born
Let's talk about the true bitterness, this love without the pretence, the ruse, or the romance. Genuine love has the ability to last throughout time by delivering genuine happiness and an enriched everyday existence in which each pair member may grow personally and collectively.