No I'm not in love now, but have been many years ago.
Love is not just the only thing that keeps people together.
High expectations are not something 'anyone' should have about their partner.
If we look back to how people stayed married, 50-60 years, and very happy, they knew what each person contributed to that relationship.
In other words, they respected each other,and 'learnt' to accept that person for who they were.
Anyone who thinks they can change the other, really needs to take a step back.We don't have the right to do that. People fail, because they do not spend enough time, understanding how the other person thinks-feels-and deals with every day life.
Love is more than just feelings, it is about a common idea, goal, and respect.
I often hear people say''well he will not give me what I want in this relationship''.
That's the problem right there, it is about Both giving, and Both working to live together.It takes a lot of time.
People should go to workshops first, before trying to be together for years and years.
But!~ sadly we live now in a time where if it gets too hard,they just leave.
Yes, I am in Love. Love is that one thing which makes you feel refresh, reborn and gives the warmth that everyone in this world should have and feel. True love doesn’t come with the alteration plans; it tailors you to perfection and helps you to get right. Love is a journey through which you learn about yourself deeper, than ever before. Is perfect relationship is difficult? Yes, if you think so. Relationship can be easy or difficult based on one simple thing ‘LOVE’ if you lost it, the relationship becomes difficult. Relationship becomes easier and beautiful when you live with that ‘one’, in your heart. Hope it helps to find your love, if you don’t have one.
High expectations, as oppose to 'reasonable' expectations, are not a good idea in any relationship. I say, don't expect more than you are prepared to give. I don't think I am 'in love', but I certainly was in love with my husband when we were dating. Having said that, I think our love has since grown into a deeper and more responsible love. I believe that love has the power to alter priorities because marriage and having a family were not priorities for me before I met my husband. Not at that point in my life anyway. Meeting him and falling in love changed my life for the better. I found a profound sense of acceptance and belonging with him. Experience has taught me that selfless love is certainly a life-changer.
Yup, have been for almost 12 years. From the second I met the woman who would become my wife, I loved her. Nothing has changed, except that that love has grown stronger, I am still as madly in love with her as I was the first night I held her in my arms.
I'm always in love! I've always wanted to be eternally in love with my partner, I'm proud to show my love and affection every given moment!
There are many I share affectionate feelings with - another form of Love!
The level of affection however depends on several parameters..far too many to list in this Reply box!