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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsSingles & Dating · 8 years ago

What does true love feel like?

Okay, I know this is going to sound stupid- but just let me get this out!

So basically i'm only 17, and I know thats kinda young to be thinking about this. But im wondering... what does true love feel like? Sometimes, I watch Tv shows and movies and I think the guy actor is so attractive and then suddenly i'm almost obsessed with him and can't stop thinking about him and how sad I am that I can't have him. Whenever I have a crush on a guy at school, it feels nothing like this. So when I find true love will it be like how I feel about like Leonardo in Titanic, or will it just be like a happy feeling? Because the first time I saw Titanic I literally fell in love with Leonardo DiCaprio and I've never felt that way about anyone else... Is that what true love feels like or is that just lust?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    This is a great question.

    You know that you can never be with Leonardo so what you experienced was just a fantasy. But, true love does feel a bit like a fantasy.

    When you are in a real relationship where you are making plans to have a future together, raise kids, and make a life together it is a lot different from just dating someone because they are cute. It is the “forever” component that makes a relationship real love, because without forever you are just friends with benefits.

    When you are really in love there is a feeling of simple joy and delight just being around that person. Having them in your life makes you a better person and makes your life more enjoyable, meaningful, and fulfilled. The two of you together are far more than you could ever be apart.

    The relationship that you have is a living and growing entity in and of itself. It is alive and what keeps it alive is the trust, respect, and concern you have for each other. A relationship is more than just two people being together. A relationship is like a child and requires attention and nourishment in order to grow.

    I would also like to add that when you are in a real relationship there is an intense longing for one another’s company. You can’t get enough of being around each other. I’m not just talking about sex. I mean that you are really happy to see that person after work, spend your weekends together, and pretty much any time you can be together you want to be together. This feeling doesn’t change over time even after you get married.

    If while you are dating someone they tell you that they need space take it as a major red flag. Relationships are about togetherness, not space. If you want space stay single. When someone tells you they need space what they are really saying is that they are tired of you or that they don’t feel the same as you do.

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  • mcvey
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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