Definition Of Love Essay

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What is Love? If you were to search it up you get the vague definition which reads: an intense feeling of deep affection. But it’s so much more, it has so many different meanings to people. Even wrong meanings that people associate it with. Love comes in many different forms, such as: friendship, family, and partnership. These types all have something in common and that is they all work well when there’s trust and loyalty. Each amounting to more than the definition suggests. No matter how hard it gets, it is something us as humans strive for in our lives.
When it comes to love for your your family, it is the love that will always be there. I’m very close with my family, and it’s honestly a good support system. Growing up I didn’t have the
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Commonly this love can be mistaken for just pure lust, or the puppy love stage of the relationship, which ends at some point and breaks many couples. When you find someone that you have this emotional and physical connection with, it’s easy to rush in. It’s important to take your time to be sure about this before you rush to get married. I almost made this mistake, I was in a relationship for three years and it was very one sided but I was blinded by love. Luckily it ended because once I saw reality, I felt insane for wanting the spend the rest of my life with him. The love for a couple should be pure, trusting, selfless, and should take time to build into a strong foundation. I’ve personally seen many relationships fail in my life and most of the time it’s because they were lacking on one of those aspects listed above. That was one big factor that lacked in my own personal relationship, there was no trust. Having no trust causes a toxic and controlling relationship to occur. My grandparents have been married for 50 years, and it amazes me how strong they are together. My grandma always told me that a strong relationship will always prevail if you work together and have no barriers set between you two. So this love is much more than a deep affection, which is hard to express into
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