is there love around

IS THERE LOVE AROUND

Created by lovehate on Apr 7, 2013

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Laura Beth

Since: Aug 09

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#1 Apr 7, 2013
Matter of fact , YES. Just go to this thread (Welcome Top Mod 8 ) Lots of loving over there.

“Well,...Whatcha Waitin' For?”

Level 8

Since: Mar 12

Settling Old Scores

#3 Apr 9, 2013
For some,...there is Love,...And for others,...there is Hate,....
Dude

Trenton, FL

#4 Apr 10, 2013
Anyone. Out there?

“Smokin' Hot'n'Feelin' Groovy”

Level 9

Since: Apr 12

Been There,Done That,Now What?

#6 Apr 13, 2013
Love is all around in the air,...You just have to sniff it out,...Come what may,...

Since: May 12

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#7 Apr 13, 2013
Love takes time to develope. If a guy tells a girl he loves her before they're together for at least 3 yrs, he's lying. The majority of guys couldn't tell you where their girl parts their hair or if she even puts a part in it. How can he tell her with a straight face that he loves her? There's a lot more to love than just saying the word.

“Grrrrr”

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Since: Jan 12

Barbi and Baron

#8 Apr 13, 2013
Richard Barlow wrote:
Love takes time to develope. If a guy tells a girl he loves her before they're together for at least 3 yrs, he's lying. The majority of guys couldn't tell you where their girl parts their hair or if she even puts a part in it. How can he tell her with a straight face that he loves her? There's a lot more to love than just saying the word.
Hi Richard. I think you know there's something there in 6 months, and you can say you're in love in say, a year? But then again, there are so many layers of love. Romantic love develops in much shorter time, lasting love a little longer. Of course it depends on how often they see each other and if there is honesty in the relationship.
Wow

United States

#9 Apr 13, 2013
Dumb

Since: May 12

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#10 Apr 13, 2013
Barbi A wrote:
<quoted text>Hi Richard. I think you know there's something there in 6 months, and you can say you're in love in say, a year? But then again, there are so many layers of love. Romantic love develops in much shorter time, lasting love a little longer. Of course it depends on how often they see each other and if there is honesty in the relationship.
Hi Ms Barbi. How are you and the Baron doing? Hope all is well.
I think this was discussed on BRG one time. Most thought I was strange because it took me 7yrs before I told my wife that I loved her. It's not a word that I use lightly. I know a man who has been married 5 times. And he was 'in love' with all 5 of them. I don't bye it. If he was 'in love' with the first one, he'd still be married to her. Once love is present, everything else is a cake walk. I hear people say all the time. "I just fell out of love" with him/her. Not possible in my book. Once love is there, true love, it's there forever. There's a huge difference between love and lust. And lust seems to be present more often than love in most relationships. If 'true love' were present in relationships, the rate of divorce wouldn't be so high. There would be no infadelity. No abuse. I think women see the men for what they can turn him into, more so than what he really is. I'm a firm believer that there is someone for everyone. The problem is, most don't take the time to try and find that person. They grab onto what they 'think' they want, and then find out later that they are not compatable. The love wasn't there to begin with. Nobody takes the time to find out what the other person is really like anymore. They're much too busy for that. They jump into a marriage before they know anything about the other person and hope for the best. Well, one look at the divorce rate tells you how that works out. But that's just my opinion. No stats to back it up. Just my own observations.
Wow

United States

#11 Apr 13, 2013
Better

“Grrrrr”

Level 8

Since: Jan 12

Barbi and Baron

#12 Apr 13, 2013
Richard Barlow wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Ms Barbi. How are you and the Baron doing? Hope all is well.
I think this was discussed on BRG one time. Most thought I was strange because it took me 7yrs before I told my wife that I loved her. It's not a word that I use lightly. I know a man who has been married 5 times. And he was 'in love' with all 5 of them. I don't bye it. If he was 'in love' with the first one, he'd still be married to her. Once love is present, everything else is a cake walk. I hear people say all the time. "I just fell out of love" with him/her. Not possible in my book. Once love is there, true love, it's there forever. There's a huge difference between love and lust. And lust seems to be present more often than love in most relationships. If 'true love' were present in relationships, the rate of divorce wouldn't be so high. There would be no infadelity. No abuse. I think women see the men for what they can turn him into, more so than what he really is. I'm a firm believer that there is someone for everyone. The problem is, most don't take the time to try and find that person. They grab onto what they 'think' they want, and then find out later that they are not compatable. The love wasn't there to begin with. Nobody takes the time to find out what the other person is really like anymore. They're much too busy for that. They jump into a marriage before they know anything about the other person and hope for the best. Well, one look at the divorce rate tells you how that works out. But that's just my opinion. No stats to back it up. Just my own observations.
Baron just had his last walk for the night and treat, and is laying on his new "Goth" pillow mattress.
I agree with nearly everything you say except I think love can be destroyed. It takes a long time, but I've seen it happen. We're always growing and changing and if we neglect one another, over time, anger and resentment can take over and make us unlovable. Or betrayal. That's a big one. Once the trust is gone, it's very difficult to get back.
Funny you should say that because I knew a man who was married six times. He told me he loved three of them. Why married and divorced so often? Because he was marrying the image of marriage, and not the woman. So, there was love, but the mistress of image. As soon as the woman figured out he only wanted her for his image, she was damaged.
I've pretty much given up on the younger generation. Weddings today are elaborate, expensive events. They ignore red flags and just jump in. Nobody is ever surprised when a year later it's all over.
It's a shame. I've not met a person in their 20s-30s who is even remotely ready for the commitment of marriage because it's become a thing to do by a certain age and not a natural union. The young are selfish, too. They don't understand acceptance. That we all have faults and must make a conscious decision to accept the loved one's imperfections, whatever it is. It bothers me that young men and women who think physical appearance, sexual attraction and liking the same music is enough.
I know there are young people out there who are married and are going to make it, but I haven't seen them.
Wow

United States

#13 Apr 14, 2013
Spam

Tzunammi
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Since: Nov 11

Fukushima

#14 Apr 14, 2013
Yes.
Dude

Trenton, FL

#15 Apr 15, 2013
Where's my love4857

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#16 Apr 18, 2013
Richard Barlow wrote:
Love takes time to develope. If a guy tells a girl he loves her before they're together for at least 3 yrs, he's lying. The majority of guys couldn't tell you where their girl parts their hair or if she even puts a part in it. How can he tell her with a straight face that he loves her? There's a lot more to love than just saying the word.
That's true but we like to hear it too if you really do. It is a turn on when you are in love with someone.

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#17 Apr 19, 2013
Yes.

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