Does anyone really believe in true love? The kind of love that makes everyone else disappear in the world..that truly makes your heart skip a beat every time you think of another? The kind that is absolutely, positively invincible against all odds in the world.
I think I’ve found this….and it didn’t take long to realize how immense it’s become. And it scares the hell out of me, just the thought of losing him. Not from breaking up, as I said the relationship itself is invincible…just from a car accident, or having to go long periods of time without him…it’s sickening, really haha.
Any advice on how to not be so scared? Or how to take more control of the feelings that are coursing through my veins? I haven’t known him long (in comparison to those who have been together for years and years..) but he’s quickly become the most important person of my life.
Anyone else in the middle of these feelings as well? Hearing about others’ stories would be interesting!
@smorris926, I do believe in true love, but it can be tricky sometimes, because true love is within all people inherent. It’s just you have to make that connection to that special someone, someone that becomes this huge meaning in your life, and then it also has to be the same from both ways, otherwise it’s only your true love but not the other person.
You should really not get too attached to any person at all, even though you love him, people are temporary, so true love can only be found within oneself and reflect in the other person, but that doesn’t mean that true love dies if the other person leaves you or if something will happen to that person.
I felt true love for many people in my life, it’s also scary because you somehow feel dependent on the other, you care about the other persons wellbeing and all that stuff. I don’t think that true love means you should become too attached to that person, that would be an illusion, because true love floats through every person.
I definitely believe in true love. When it is true, it is everywhere, in every facet of your life, in every nook and cranny, and it is all that matters. I had that once, but no longer…some things just don’t work out, or maybe I’ve yet to see the final resolution. However, just because that person is gone, doesn’t mean that love has to die. If it were true love, it moves with you, and is everlasting. Just my view :)
Sounds like what you’ve got is amazing, and I wish you luck