Love Language: Discovering Your Feelings For One Another
Love is not the most common word in the English Language. Even among the people who associate the verb “to love” with romantic love, it may not be the first thing that comes into anyone’s mind when it is used in conversation. People seem to be under the false impression that love is something romantic like a beloved lover, or the warm fuzzy feeling you get when you’re surrounded by the one you love. It is often associated with spending time with your loved one on good days, or being showered with special gifts. Unfortunately, love is not always that easy.
Love is different for everyone; just as the fact that we are not all the same person, no two relationships are necessarily the same. What makes love romantic to one may be quite unpleasant to another person, and vice versa. Love encompasses a whole range of positive and negative emotional and physical states, from the purest romantic ideal, the highest personal spiritual blessing, to the simplest greatest imaginable joy. When describing love to another person, it is important to remember that it is more than a feeling. Love can be defined by the words of the famous author, Colbee Adams, “I love you not because you are handsome or smart or nice, or born on this earth to love humanity. I love you because all men are created equal, except you!”
Love as an emotion seems so foreign to many people, but the truth is, love is a natural expression of human feelings, just as giving and receiving love is. All that is required in your relationship with another person is acceptance, compassion, consideration, and respect. You do not need to spend countless hours and miles caring for someone before you feel complete. You already possess all of the qualities of what love is based upon. So don’t waste your time trying to change the nature of the relationship you have with another person.
Instead, focus all of your love on one person and give all of your attention, compassion, consideration, and respect to that one person alone. By doing so, your relationship with your partner will become more fulfilling and your experiences with each other will become memorable and unique. When it comes to communication, one of the best love languages to use is your language of love. Most people fail to communicate their needs and feelings with their partners because they do not know how to. You do not need to know every possible way to communicate with someone, because there is more than one way to communicate with each other!
The most important aspect of developing a love language relationship is to understand that everyone has his or her own unique feeling associated with everything. When communicating with your partner, take note of the things that both of you notice as being pleasing or displeasing. Once you have gathered all of the pleasing and displeasing characteristics of the experience, put them in one sentence. Now you are ready to communicate your unique feelings to another person!
Love can take many forms and take on many forms over the course of a lifetime. Some of the most common responses to love may be love, friendship, sexual attraction, lust, intimacy, devotion, and other more complicated forms of love. There are also many different emotions involved in the experience of love. One of the most common responses to love may be an emotional bond or connection with another person. Once you have found your own unique feelings for another person, communicating those feelings to that other person can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life!