I was madly in love but I couldn't put it into words
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I've been with a few women however I've only been in love twice. Once when during my first relationship and now my most recent which just ended. The most recent affected me very much because my girlfriend asked me why I was in love with her. I was madly in love but I couldn't put it into words. Therefore she didnt' believe that I was in love with her and eventually the relationship ended. I know I'm suppose to speak from the heart but some of us can't bring it out of us. What are some of the things we can say so that when faced with the same situation later on we're able to express what we're feeling??
My experience with love is different than yours. I could speak for an hour straight about how much I loved a woman... and more.
It is hard for me to understand how you could love someone and not be able to describe all the characteristics that you love: the feeling of love itself, honesty, attractivness, openness, smile, eyes, hair, body, hands, cooking skills, attentiveness, sense of humor, concern for others, romantic feelings, tenderness, subtlety, good judgement, loquacity, caring, laugh, singing, physical skills such as skiing, ice skating, camping, kayaking, dancing, intelligence, ingenuity, hard work, memory, memories, knowledge, language skills...sex... the list goes on and could be broken down by specific examples.
What you can do is write down things as you think of them and add examples. Then when asked why you love her, you will already have some thoughts in your mind.
-- from George
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