Once. It ended very badly. He really truly acted like he loved me, too... he was very tender and sweet to me. Then one day he just stopped coming by. I waited a month and when I finally called him and asked him what was going on he told me, "I don't have anything to give you."
That was the first and last time I've ever been in love.
Obamacare is not a blueprint for socialism. You're thinking of the New Testament. ~~ John Fugelsang
The last two posts made me think of something... do you think that it isn't 'true love' if it doesn't last forever? Or that it isn't true love if they don't feel the same way back, or if they treat you badly? I think there are lots of different degrees of love. Lots of people love someone as much as they can, then fall for someone else later and love them more, thus thinking they obviously didn't "really" love that first person, but I disagree. I have been in love with people before my husband (sometimes they were unaware ) and although I love my husband more, I know that I still did love those people... it was just different. There were people I was infatuated with or had a crush on, too, but that was different than what I'm talking about.
And even in a relationship, I think sometimes you'll love someone more than they love you (or vice versa) and I think that love can be true, but still not last. Thoughts?