Based on your own experience, how would you define TRUE LOVE?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    you know it's true love if you always think of a person, misses him.. for me, true love is really unexplainable.. it is like a story.. with the climax, problem, resolution, and the lesson you'd get from that particular story..

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  • 1 decade ago

    Everyone's love is a bit different. Even the same person will not feel exactly the same way about two different people, so to describe personal feelings based on one's experience wouldn't help much.

    There are different types of love, and "true love" is a combination of passion, intimacy, and commitment. Everything else is an extension of those things. Other types of love are lacking in one or two of these aspects, but that isn't to say it's not "true". Some reserve the qualifier "true" for love that is offered unconditionally. I consider myself fortunate to have done this, even though it didn't... "work out". In the end I benefited, as it made me a better person.

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  • 1 decade ago

    What is "TRUE LOVE"? It is a feeling like no other, the knowledge in your head and especially your heart that tells you that you dont want to be without that person, true love is when you are willing to let that person go to ensure their happiness. True love is when you care about someone so much that the only thing that you care about is that persons welfare. True love is caring about someone so much that you are willing to let them go and do their own thing even if that means that they may not end up with you. True love is when you are so head over heels in love with someone that nothing else matters to you except making sure that persons happiness comes first, whether it includes you or not. True love is different for everyone. True love isnt being with the person you can live with its being with the person that you cant live without.

    Source(s): Life experience
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  • 1 decade ago

    I would describe true love as a love between two people who just compliment each other well. Neither has to change for the other they just fit in to a perfect heart. (the AAAAhhhh should be here) really when two people met and then find out they are perfect for each other with out change and they truly love each other and are adults about their relationship than it works forever, you can say nothing last forever but I believe change and growth in a relationship can make it stronger. True love is real

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  • 1 decade ago

    The only person I truly love is my son. My love for him is unconditional when I just think about him I smile and feel warm. Even when he is testing me I know my love for him will never fail. He makes me want to be the best person I can.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It is love that comes and goes both ways between two people. It is respect and trust. It is being best friends. It is communication. It is a chemistry that can last until death you do part.

    It is faithfulness. It is honoring each other. it is talking to each other without words.

    It isn't magic or sacraficial. It isn't biter and angry.

    It lights up the room in the darkest of hours.

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  • 1 decade ago

    True love is unselfish. Walking together in everything in life. sorrows and happy moments can be shared by the two . Totally sharing everything is true love . It can be mother and child love it can be brother and sister affection or it can be husband and wife.

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  • 1 decade ago

    True love is being married for 30 years and still talking.

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  • 1 decade ago

    true love is unconditional love.despite irreconcilable differences. istill stick with him. not expecting to be understood but just understand. persevering to the point of hoping that someday things will work out for good.

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  • 1 decade ago

    There are different kinds of love.

    If your asking about relationship love, I'd say it's excepting the person and who they are, (not trying to change them),..as women always want to do to men.

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