Love And Love: The Importance Of Love

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We have all at one point or another have been the person to sabotage a relationship, or on the receiving end of it–and we know that it doesn 't feel good. Good or bad most of people either don 't know how to articulate their feelings, or they have a hard time articulating how they feel about another person, especially to the person that they care about. Two people can really care about each other, but because one or both isn’t acting on those feelings the relationship may never have a chance to reach its greatest potential. Since most of us don’t know how to handle or express our feelings when we’re in love, many times we miss out on the wonderful experience that a loving relationship can be.

As a rule most of us we’re not taught that love can be complicated, messy and painful, but love can also be exhilarating, wonderful and fulfilling.The main thing that someone should 've taught us was that whether a relationship thrives or fizzles you will survive, and running from what you say you want is never going to bring it to you. It’s like the old proverb about “The Lion and the Lamb.” When you face the lion, the lion becomes a lamb, and love is no different. You can’t win in love if you are not willing to stand up to it, and be brave for it.

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Here 's the thing, once you become wishy-washy, indecisive, pull away or whatever that is that you started doing to sabotage the relationship the other person now has to figure out what to do to protect themselves. Nine times out of ten they 're going to begin to pull away. They 're not pulling away because they don 't care about you, or because they don 't want to relationship with you. They’re pulling away because you 've have begun sending out signals that are hard to read, and your signals may come across that you don 't want to have a relationship with them, even though you do. No one wants to be where they are not wanted, and the logical thing for them to do is to protect themselves from you hurting

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