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Question by : Does true love exist in reality or is it just a matter of fantasy,imagination and chemical reactions etc?
I always wonder whether true love between opposite sexes exist in reality .If it exists then what is it.

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Answer by typical-girl
After experiencing it first hand i can confidently say it does exist. Although, “love” is not something that can be described, or there is no right or wrong way to look at it. Every couple, every person every single part of “love” or “being in love” is different. They have their own ways of seeing it, of making it spark, of feeling it. It is a beautiful thing, and i only wish one day you will find it. Love will bring a fantasy into your world. Good luck!

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A few nice find love images I found:

Found: Love Letter — Page 1, excerpt
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If only Mike had known that taking Mickie’s shoe off would have upset her so much.

You find love in unexpected corridors.
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Just when you think all hope is gone, it pops out at you like a fire cracker.
It hits you in the face like a kick ball in gym class.
It passes by you like a freight train on its way to a far, far away destination.
It sticks to you like gum on a brand new shoe.
Whether it takes you by surprise, or throws you off guard.
Or it scares you, and makes you want to be a child again in your mother’s arms.
Whether it hurts you, and you learn from it, or whether you take advantage of it use it to it’s fullest.
Whether it passes you by, or follows you home at night.
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Found: Love Letter — Page 2
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8679 found love note
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the love I found in you
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Question by Michael: why do some catholics seem to worry about fact more than love?
I am catholic and trying to find more love.

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Answer by Matthew!
Everyone should be judged individually, not as a group or race.

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Wondering about whether you Have True Love or are dating for other reasons is a question women often consider when trying to get a bearing on where their lives are headed. It can help to consider the thoughts of others who have also looked deeply into the direction a relationship is taking and whether a change is needed. Leave your comments and let us know what you think.


True Love Vs a Whole Lot of Like

By Caterina Christakos

Sure, most of us have been brought up on the idea that we should be on a never-ending quest to find true love. Well, it’s not exactly never-ending, as once you find love, everyone’s supposed to live happily ever after, right? Ah, the joys of a steady diet of Disney princesses and pop music. There’s nothing quite like that combination to set one’s romantic expectations at a ridiculous level.

So, is that all this whole dating thing is really about? Is it just a matter of interviewing guys for the role of groom? Does every relationship have to be rated on the commitment scale with those scoring less than a 9.5 being tossed out the window? Not necessarily. Dating doesn’t have to be a prelude to marriage.

There is something to be said for just having a good time with someone you really like. Forget about commitment for a minute. Forget about marriage, too. Maybe your dating experience will lead to true love, and maybe it won’t.

That certainly doesn’t mean that you’re just wasting your time while you find out. After all, there are restaurants to explore, movies to see, walks to take, and-um-other things to do. None of these has “true love” as a prerequisite. O.K., for some people, that other things category might require true love. That’s your choice. Love is nice, but it’s not all there is to dating.

The point is that just because you haven’t found true love doesn’t mean you should melt into a puddle of despair. That’s just silly. Maybe the guy you’re seeing isn’t Mr. Right. So what? Is he fun? Are you enjoying yourself? If so, then there’s no rule against having a good time just because you’re not in love. In fact, it’s sort of your prerogative.

Think about all of your married friends. Yeah, they might talk about how great it is to find that person that-it hurts to even type this-”completes” them; but deep down, most of them are pretty jealous of you. Why do you think they look to you for relationship advice?

That’s not to say that you’ve got it made. Dating can be a lot of fun, but it can be a lot of hard work, too. The problem comes when you focus only on the work aspect and totally forget the part where you’re supposed to have a good time. When every outing is pared down to whether or not you’re going to find love that evening, a lot of the joy disappears from the whole process. Dating should be fun.

Of course, the “dating without true love” approach does have its pitfalls. Just because you’re not falling head-over-heels doesn’t mean that your date isn’t. Dating when you both know it’s not necessarily true love can be a blast. Dating when only one of you understands this element of the relationship can be a total disaster. You have to be up front with the guy, but if you discover you’re both on the same page about the issue, why not set a few ground rules and have a good time?

While the idea here is to enjoy yourself without worrying about true love, it’s not a bad idea to keep in mind that sometimes it does sneak up on you. Be open-minded, but remember that if you’ve agreed ahead of time that you’re dating in a no-true-love zone, he might not be open to the idea if you end up being the one who changes her mind.

Caterina Christakos is a published author and reviewer. Read her latest reviews of the capresso coffee maker and other coffee makers.

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When hoping to find love, the temptation is to first look towards others to fill that need. It can be a little surprising to realize that this approach may not be the best place to look when we hope to receive love from others. Why this is so, and how you can go about it, is well worth considering.


The Greatest Love Is – Love of Self – How Does Loving Yourself Help Find Love?

By Donna Patterson

“Oh, no,” I hear you scream, “not another lesson on the value of high self-esteem!”

Well, I have a question to ask you: If you don’t love yourself first, how can you confidently give and receive love back? How can you expect someone else to love you if you don’t love yourself first?

It’s only when we fully realize who we are, and accept ourselves, can we understand how to integrate love of someone else into the rest of our existence.

So let’s start with self exposure. Who are you deep down inside? What makes you tick? What are your goals, strengths, talents, perspectives, ideas, likes and dislikes? What would you need to balance out your weaknesses and promote personal growth?

Self exposure can be frightening because the vast majority of people feel inadequate, unworthy, unimportant. They would rather become dependent, exploited, dominated or subservient than rely on their own worth. Is that true in your case?

One major reason the greatest love is self-love is because the love of self can help you find love by the way you express your self-acceptance. This confidence in yourself attracts men like magnets.

Conversely, the lack of self-acceptance causes desperation. This desire for love at any cost can blind one into settling for so little in return.

Sometimes otherwise secure women desperately grab hold of a man as if waiting to be rescued by him. Not for financial support, but for the love that she desires. Now that I have someone they reason, everything will be all right. I am loved. And then they will do everything possible to hold on.

Most of the time, this desperation does not help you find love–but love of self has the opposite affect.

Loving yourself affects virtually every aspect of your life. It affects whom you choose to fall in love with and it affects your behavior in the relationship–for better or for worse. Those with low levels of self-esteem drain life from the other and sabotage love due to their lack of self-confidence and internal insecurities. The partner picks up on this and in time, the relationship collapses. Without an even balance of self-esteem from both, love cannot survive.

A person with high levels of self-esteem accepts the fact that no matter how much love and caring exists between two people, each is ultimately responsible for them self. The mature person is not waiting to be saved and does not place unnecessary, unhealthy burdens of dependence on her lover. She is confident in her own ability, worth, mind and judgment. She remembers that she is the prize.”

A woman with high self-esteem relies on your own inner resources for happiness rather than looking for someone else, externally, to make her happy. Happiness, it has been said, is an ‘inside’ job. When you accept this responsibility for yourself, you build self-esteem.

This understanding that the greatest love is self-love should help you find love from a man who values your uniqueness expressed by your high level of self-esteem. And he wants to share his life with you!

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As a major concern for many is how to find true love and lasting happiness, it can be very tempting to blame the circumstances of your life for the absence of joy. However, instead of choosing a path which leads to nowhere, that simply takes you in a circle, consider some more fruitful steps you can take. Here are some that may help. Leave a comment at the end with your own suggestions.


How to Find True Love and Happiness

By Catherine Buchan

Are you looking for true love? If so, I have some great news for you. True love does exist. It is real but contrary to what’s portrayed in films and novels, it doesn’t hurt. True love can’t actually leave you either. It is available to everyone, everywhere, including you. You too can find true love – and without needing to have had 22 partners first!

Now for the potentially challenging news! It is up to you to make yourself feel happier and more loved, no matter who has done what to you or what you’ve done to others in the past, or your relationship status. However, to find true love you need to look within first.

You need to develop the sort of relationship you want with another person with yourself. In addition to learning to like, love and accept yourself and be true to yourself, you also need to create a life that is fulfilling, meaningful and feeds your passions. Create a life you love and you will live a life of love!

So, rather than sitting at home feeling sad, lonely and unloved on Saturday nights, do something about it now! Start to take responsibility for your own love and happiness.

Take this opportunity to create a life-affirming experience for yourself. Some suggestions you could think about are:-

  • getting to know yourself by journaling about your true needs, feelings, strengths, dreams, passions etc.
  • pampering yourself with a treatment or a soak in the bath;
  • doing something else that inspires you and feeds your soul (perhaps reading poetry or volunteering for a cause);
  • organize a fun day or night with friends in the same position (and whatever you do avoid sitting around ‘men bashing’ or ‘women bashing!);
  • have some childlike fun (perhaps tobogganing or ice skating); Think about what you could do and do what works for you. Happy Valentine’s.
  • Catherine Buchan is a psychological coach and author of the self-help book ’22 Boyfriends to Happiness’. Catherine offers a free 20-minute consultation, true love sessions and a Unique Seven Secrets program tailored to your personal love and relationship issues. Visit to find out more.

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    Finding Love For Workaholic Singles

    By Ruth Purple

    This is the story of my friend Ronna, she is 35 years old a banker, single, successful and an achiever. We actually call her Ronna the Robot because everyday of her life she has the same routine over and over again.

    One day, she came to my office at around 8am in the morning. I was utterly surprised because this is definitely not part of her routine. She confided that she feels so tired and useless and she doesn’t know what to do. Every night in her room she cries herself to sleep. But last night she was really sobbing that her heart hurts.

    She also told me that she went to several physicians a few days ago to have a thorough check up but they all said there’s nothing wrong with her.

    Then, I told her bluntly “You need to get laid.” She was of course shocked and defensive. Trying to contradict what I said but I continued “You need another human being’s warmth and comfort. For so long, you have been hiding behind your success.”

    Then I continued “You need to take care of yourself by loving someone and be loved by someone.” Then she asked “What makes you say that?” I said “Well for one thing, I know you are a very intelligent and logical person, you wouldn’t come into my office if it’s not about relationship- I am a relationship coach, you know.

    If you are having a breakdown, you will step in your shrink’s office, not mine.” With that, she conceded and said. “I love my work, it’s my life, it gives me a purpose, it makes me somebody to someone. I don’t know what I am going to be without my work but at the same time I need someone to hug me and take care of me.

    I miss being loved and cuddled and all that stuff.” Like Ronna, a workaholic single, finding love can be a dilemma because I know workaholics will never compromise their work for anything else.

    So before telling Ronnna some high-faluting advice in finding love like – not make your living your life and never let your work define you – I gave her instead some practical advice that she can do immediately in finding love and I am going to share this to you. In finding love for workaholics, you have to set a time for it.

    Since workaholics cannot live without schedules and deadlines, you have to schedule your “meeting other people” time or your “unwinding and social” time. During this moment go to places that interests you, like museum and auction houses if you love to meet people who have some fascination with cultural stuff.

    Workaholics are like successful high school children inside, they may be thriving financially but emotionally they are failing. In finding love for workaholics, don’t be afraid to approach people in the crowd. A simple smile and a simple hello and open romantic opportunities.

    Another way on how to find love is to take care of yourself. Again schedule a “beautification” time- this can be signing up for gym class or yoga, it’s also a great opportunity to meet some one new. It is not how to find love that is difficult for professional singles- it’s opening up and risking to show their vulnerability.

    The only way you can get through this is not to mind people who don’t like and mind only those who do.

    Lastly, in finding love, you have to be lovable yourself. You attract people that are like you. You if you want find somebody lovable and kind, you know what to do.

    The author of this article Ruth Purple is a Relationships Coach who has been successfully coaching and guiding clients for many years. Ruth recently decided to go public and share her knowledge and experience through her website You can sign up for her free newsletter and join her coaching program.

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    Singles – What is the Greatest Obstacle to Finding Your True Love

    By Raymond Gerson

    Have you tried everything you can think of to find your ideal partner and yet nothing worked? Perhaps you’ve tried dating services, dance classes, joining organizations, relationship seminars, looking in the work place and having friends introduce you to others. Ever wonder why these efforts often fail to bring the right partner into your life? Have you ever asked yourself why some people find true love and not you.

    I know how you feel. I tried everything too and searched for over 40 years without success. This may seem surprising to you because I have a Master’s Degree in Psychology, studied relationships, used law of attraction strategies and have been a teacher and coach in the field of personal development for over 40 years. And yet my goal to find the right partner eluded me until I was 63 years old in spite of my skills, knowledge, and best efforts.

    It was only when I discovered some little known strategies and removed the number one obstacle to finding a soul mate that the love of my life showed up.

    Thousands Who Want an Ideal Partner Have this Obstacle-but Never Discover it.

    What is the primary obstacle that prevents so many people from finding and keeping a significant love relationship? The answer is a self-image which contains one or more limiting beliefs. In most cases these are subconscious beliefs which are difficult to detect.

    These beliefs create inner resistance to the very dream or dreams that you are longing to fulfill. Even if ninety nine percent of you is saying “yes” to your dream of finding true love and one percent at a subconscious level is saying “no,” this can be enough to keep you from attracting your significant other.

    Even if you use law of attraction strategies, such as imagining your loved one is already in your life and feeling grateful, this will not be enough if you have unconscious resistance.

    Where do Limiting Beliefs Come From?

    Many of our limiting beliefs were formed in childhood because we arrived at false conclusions about ourselves. For example, some children might decide that “I am not worthy of being loved” or “I am not good enough” because they did not measure up to their parent’s expectations and standards. These beliefs are often forgotten but operate at a subconscious level.

    If your limiting beliefs are conscious, you can easily examine them and see if they are true or false. The difficulty arises when these are subconscious beliefs because they are not easy to detect and they have a powerful influence on our lives.

    Examples of Some Limiting Beliefs.

    There are many different limiting beliefs which can create an unhealthy self-image. Here are a few examples:

    * I don’t matter or I am not good enough

    * I am a failure

    * I am not worthy of love

    * People don’t like me

    * People will hurt you

    * You can’t trust the opposite sex

    * I don’t need love or others

    * I am undeserving of good things

    There are many other limiting beliefs which can operate at a subconscious level. Any one of them can develop a self-image that is capable of keeping many dreams from coming true.

    This is why I have been teaching others how to overcome these self-imposed, but often subconscious beliefs. They define and set the limits on our degree of success and fulfillment in life.

    I don’t know if you have subconscious beliefs which are keeping you from finding your true love. This was true in my case. Deep down inside you probably know the answer because solutions to our dilemmas are within us.

    The purpose of this article was not to discuss the variety of strategies for uncovering subconscious limiting beliefs. My purpose was to identify the primary barrier to finding a great love relationship based on my personal and professional experience and to put this before you for your consideration. Now you can look within yourself and decide whether inner resistance could be preventing you from attracting your true love.

    Raymond Gerson has a masters in psychology and over forty years experience teaching career and personal development. He is the author of Create the Life You Want. For more information go to: Copyright Raymond Gerson.

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    How To Attract More Love Into Your Life – Love Yourself First

    By Ilona Kravtsova

    There are so many articles these days that are supposed to help you to attract the man or woman of your dreams into your life. We all want to be loved, we all want to meet someone who will answer our emotional, spiritual and physical needs and live happily ever after.

    You’ve probably heard that in order to find your love you need to love yourself first. You need to learn to love yourself unconditionally and fully before you can create a lifelong loving relationship with anyone else.

    But how can we learn to love ourselves? What is it that we need to do to make sure that we give ourselves that full and unconditional love?

    There are several simple exercises you can do.

    Talk to yourself kindly and gently.

    This little exercise is very powerful. It can do wonders; from boosting your self confidence to healing your mind and body.

    Look at yourself in the mirror at least twice a day and say “I love you fully and unconditionally. I will love you always no matter what. You are a great person and I am always with you. I am proud of you and will always support you.”

    You will see after several days of doing it how much better you will feel.

    Forgive yourself.

    So often we beat ourselves up for our mistakes. It might make us feel better that we are so conscious and strict with ourselves, that we are so good we admit our mistakes and punish ourselves for them. In reality, it is just making things worse. When you beat yourself up, you are so much more likely to repeat the same mistake over and over again. It is only when you are kind and gentle with yourself and forgiving that you can make changes for the better.

    The next time you make a mistake, say to yourself — “It is ok, I still love you, I am sure the next time you won’t do it. You are only human, you are entitled to make mistakes. I forgive you and I still love you. ”

    Talk to your inner child.

    We all have a child still living inside of us. By being kind and loving toward that child you can learn to love yourself and heal the past pains that are holding you back from being completely happy.

    Imagine yourself as a child. See yourself when you were little. Talk to that child, hug him or her, hold them tightly and say “I love you, I will always be with you, you are wonderful, and I am so proud of you.”

    A lot of our love life issues come from our childhood. Sometimes our parents were too strict and unsupportive of us, or maybe our friends or teachers hurt us. Those experiences still live inside of you. By talking to your inner child and assuring him/her that you are always there for him/her and will always love him/her, can you heal those past painful experiences and reveal a new, stronger, more loving you.

    It is true that you can’t truly love anyone without loving yourself first. You can’t attract a loving relationship into your life before you heal relationships within yourself and learn to love yourself fully and unconditionally. Start now!

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