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In context of relationship, what do you think love is?

 

Does it have to be romantic? Do we need to fall in love with that person? How does it feel to fall in love? What does a relationship require for it to work? Is love even important?

 

Tell me from your perspective...

 

What is love?

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As someone who is Asexual, love is purely romantic. it is like having a best friend but deeper. I really don't understand the other type of love I am not attracted to someone because of how they look

In context of relationship, what do you think love is?   Does it have to be romantic? Do we need to fall in love with that person? How does it feel to fall in love? What does a relationship

As a person who has no experience with love, well yeah I think it's romantic. When I look at my parents and my friends having their partners, they're all lovey dovey so I think it's cute and romantic.

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As someone who is Asexual, love is purely romantic. it is like having a best friend but deeper. I really don't understand the other type of love I am not attracted to someone because of how they look though i can appreciate it. To fall in love is different for each person and each person you meet it is highly personal the feeling. 

Releships of any kind is communication and trust. Without these nothing will happen that, in my opinion, is meaningful.

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As a person who has no experience with love, well yeah I think it's romantic. When I look at my parents and my friends having their partners, they're all lovey dovey so I think it's cute and romantic. Truly falling in love with a person is something you cannot force, I think you sincerely fall in love once your feelings are sure that you like that person to be with you, once your heart agrees that he or she is the missing piece to your life. Being in love, I think you'd be happy and stressed, or like you'd be flustered. It's something you don't expect so it might confuse you at first, you might feel like you want to puke, you'll tell yourself "oh, this is just stress". For a relationship to work, you need to be loyal and be responsible and true to your commitment with each other. Is love important? Well in a relationship, yes. I think it's an important factor in order for a relationship to work. Love is something that reminds you what that person means to you, so yeah I think that's love to me. (I'm pretty sure I said too much, again)

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