I've spoken to some people and they believe that everyone finds their "true love", "life partner", or "SO". I don't think that everyone finds it. There are people that leave this world not experiencing love romantically. I'm not referring to love by being loved from our friends and family. Totally different subject there. Not only that, what also convinces me that it doesn't happen to everyone is that there are so many people who divorce. Or even people
or couples that "fall out of love" with the other person. This whole "love at first fight" thing doesn't exist. That's a Hollywood thing that has somehow made a lot of people believe that THAT is what love really is. Some people call me cynical or negative, but I don't see it that way. I see it as a reality check. Nothing more or less. If you agree then that's cool. If you disagree, then you can explain why you think otherwise.
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only those who are open to love will find it. If you don't believe in it, it will be very hard for you to fall in love, because you're not really seeking it out or looking for it, even when in a relationship. We fall the hardest at times when we most want or need someone. If you're quite independent emotionally, it would be very hard to fall in love. Also, think about the countless people who have to deal with unrequited love. We don't always get lucky and fall for the same person who falls for us. Usually one person wants it more than the other. It's just a matter of pure luck, meeting the right person, at the right time, under the right circumstances.
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