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For some people, love can be used to describe almost anything. OMG, I love this iced latte! This sweater is amazing, I love it. But, what about romantic relationships? For couples in long-term relationships, love means loyalty and commitment but for college students in the center of their first real relationship, love may feel messy and complicated. In the hopes of coming to a more collective understanding of love, we asked 10 people in different stages of their relationship to explain what love means to them. Love is having a companion, best friend, lover, partner, sounding board, cheerleader, advisor, and cuddle buddy through every avenue in the journey of life.
But, it must be mutual. If a particular area is lacking on either side of the relationship, it makes it unideal and unhealthy. Each person understands the commitment they are making to the other person. Being there for someone is what a real relationship needs.
If you put in that extra effort for someone that can reciprocate it, love can be the greatest feeling one can ever feel. And that can be so beautiful; it makes you do the hardest thing a human could ever do, be vulnerable. Your partner may do things that will make you angry, but if you are willing to not look at it as obstacles, but rather as opportunities for growth, then you are truly in love. For him its back scratches and hugs. I mean calling and Facetiming.
From experience, text creates so many opportunities for misunderstanding, and ultimately, unnecessary conflicts and trust issues. So, if I have anything to say about healthy relationships , it is to trust and communicate. We equally love, we equally respect, and we equally care. Our workshops start life-changing conversations. Use our powerful films and discussion guides to transform relationships in your community. Healthy relationships. Share Host a workshop Our workshops start life-changing conversations.
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