What is love …..
What is love if you are not here with me ??
What is love if you are not really sure!?
What is love?
What is love? – by V Bozeman
Love today, not tomorrow not yesterday. It’s how you love today that matters, tomorrow we are not sure about it and yesterday is as good as a holiday on a Saturday. But does love have a definition? No, I don’t think so.
People tend to throw these words around “he or she doesn’t know how to love.” There is no definite way of loving someone. We might all think there is because of all the blogs that tell you what people should do when they love you but that’s not right.
Now that you know there is no definite way to love, how do you love your partner or make sure it works?
1. Keep off how to love blogs
If how to love was something you study, am sure it would be a subject in school or something. Always remember you can never define how to love.
2. Talk to your partner
We all want to be loved differently. Buying me ice cream won’t make me feel loved but it will mean the world to someone else. Everybody wants to be loved differently. Learn what makes them feel loved and appreciated. Tell them about you too. Love is a two-way street, so learn your partners love language and appreciate them as they would like.
3. Embrace the uniqueness of your relationship
Forget comparison and live your uniqueness together. That couple you admire so much is none of your business. Your business is living your happiness not what makes your dream couple happy. Avoid copy pasting what other do, hoping it will make you happy.
4. Keep in touch with reality
Relationships are not a bed of roses all the time. You are going to hurt each other because you are different from each other. Everyone has their own definition of right and wrong . Poor communication and much more will cause tides in that relationship. Fight through it, don’t dump them.
Perfect relationships are made up of imperfect people willing to work through it. Understanding, patience, and communication are key. At the end of the day, love wins.