Love is subjective so its different for everyone but, i'm just wondering, what does it mean to you and is there such a thing as true love?
- Yes there is true love55% (16)61% (14)58% (30)Vote
- There's no such thing10% (3)17% (4)13% (7)Vote
- I have no idea/ don't care about love7% (2)9% (2)8% (4)Vote
- I hope so/ - still wondering and waiting for an answer-28% (8)13% (3)21% (11)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
Love is conditional.
Nobody falls in love with someone who has nothing to offer them. We all want someone who is visually stimulating, mentally stimulating, entertaining, trustworthy, comforting, etc. You don't usually fall in love with someone who is ugly, dumb, boring, and irritating. Its also common for people to fall out of love when the other person stops providing what they use to or no longer fills those voids in your chest.
So I see love as when you meet someone who has a combination of characteristics so that having them in your life increases your average level of happiness and fills some of the internal voids you have. However you need to reciprocate and make them happy too, otherwise they won't stay in your life. So your happiness has become linked to theirs and that is what I see as love.2
Most Helpful Girl
Love is respect and trust. Love is something so unexplainable. I have a deep love for my best friend. He's a guy and he's like an older brother to me and when I'm with him and we are joking around or are just around each other and school and stuff, I just realize how much I appreciate and love him. People always think we should date, but I don't love him like that. I love him the same way I love my sister. I can't truly explain it. They mean so much to me. The love I have for my mom is true admiration for her strength and courage. I love her so much and don't know what I'd do if I lost her.
I believe there is such a thing as true love. I think it's rare, but it's there. People just don't like to look hard enough anymore.1