Love: Emotions And Feelings Of Relationships

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Love is a mixture of emotions and attitudes towards a person that can affect or alter feelings of happiness or attachment to a person or group of people. Loving someone is not a choice to be made, it is a feeling that is controlled by experiences and other feelings surrounding a relationship. Whether a relationship be between a male and female, friendship, or parent child relationship, all of these are loving relationships, but all of them express a different type of love for each other, in every one of these, loving the other person involved is a feeling developed from the memories shared and the happiness that being with that person brings you. However, love as it appears in human to human contact can change itself in regards to feelings, …show more content…
In situations such as that, the people involved at some point loved each other dearly, to the point of getting married, and having children and maybe even grandchildren. Although those parents may have separated, for whatever reason, both parties involved will always have a love for one another that exists much like parental love. Those two people, although they may move on and have new partners and new lives, will always have a love for one another because of the memories shared. This example of how a separation effected the love between two people due to feelings within a relationship showed how although the type of love between two people may have changed, the fact that they loved each other regardless of how things ended did not …show more content…
Often times, especially as you grow up with a person you are involved with and mature along side them, you realize that the person you are now with, is not the same person that you let your guard down for, just a few short months ago. When dating someone for a long time, you either grow up together or grow apart as you age and mature, for most young couples it is the latter of the two choices. I myself have found myself in that position, I had grown apart from the person I thought I would be spending the rest of my life with. The feelings that come along with that discovery that two people no longer feel the same way about each other is enough are enough to drive even the most loving partners apart, the hateful words and the low blows and the arrangements are enough to make a person question why they fell for you in the first place. Although, after experiencing all this for myself, I can say, at least in my experience and my turmoil with learning that I could no longer honestly say I had the same feelings as my then boyfriend, I still love him, and I love the lessons our relationship taught

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