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I know I have posted in my previous posts that my boyfriend and I will be celebrating our 2nd anniversary in August as a couple. We may have plans of getting married soon but we still have to consider a lot of things.
Talking about anniversaries, I could still recall the very first thing we bought together as a gift for each other. We bought 2 beautiful stainless steel rings. My boyfriend said it will be our “commitment” ring until we get to reach the BIG DAY.
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Why is it that most women are so much attracted to bad boys than those goody-goody ones? I often ask myself that question.
I don’t know if you have noticed it but we more than often find those men who look sullen and moody sexier than men who always smile. Is it the feel of danger? Or yet again, just plain science?
It seemed that it all boils down to science. According to a study printed in The American Psychological Association journal, the reason is mainly because “a man with a don’t-come-near-me face conveys that he’s strong and valuable” which just happen to be two of the major factors that women look for in a man.
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We do not see it and often than not, we do not admit it; but true enough, we bring more of ourselves to love than what we let on. Whenever we are in love, we bring so much of ourselves that is hidden beneath into the surface, as the same with your partner, after all, that’s how love is supposed to be.
Two different worlds collide, romance blossoms, love became the symphony so beautiful and perfect. But this symphony can either bring you great pleasure or can also be the source of great pain.
True love, great love has only two outcomes. Sometimes it last..but sometimes it hurts instead (Adele).
To put yourself beyond thinking that your relationship will end, may as well be the reason it will. There are so many distinct causes why a love ends, and to think otherwise only shows how ignorant you can be.
Reality hurts, but to blind yourself with such idea will not only cause your relationship to end, but also hurt you in the long run.
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But love is blind, and lovers cannot see
The pretty follies that themselves commit.
William Shakespeare, “The Merchant of Venice”
People in a relationship can choose to be blinded by their love, but this should not always be the case. The idea that “love is blind” does not even, technically, exist and this ideology was only borne from men and women who are looking for love.
Desperately seeking for love, we often get blinded with what we think love should be, instead of how it is. If you think about it, if love is in
deed blind, then we wouldn’t be wasting time trying to look good in front of our partners. Instead, we hide all our imperfections behind the cloak of perfection. Love, in itself, is not blind and it was never meant to be so.
Often enough, we hide behind this ideology to excuse all the mistakes we’ve made in the course of our relationships. But you should take into notice that blinded love is not real love. The idea is great but, nevertheless, is unreal.
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