Are you afraid of falling in love?
Most Helpful Guy
no because either way we will have to grieve over a death eventually so breaking up is similar to grieving process2
Most Helpful Girl
I've been madly, hopelessly, desperately in love for more than 16 years -- deeper every day -- and, honestly, it's still terrifying.
I *still* have this bad habit of waking up, glancing over at the empty other half of the bed (we don't sleep/wake at the same times), and having these awful flashes of thought -- "What if he's just gone?" "What if it's all over, just like that?"
Before I fell in love, I was content enough on my own.
Now, we have *everything* together -- but, alone, I'm *nothing*.
So... yeah, scary.
But, honestly, that's a big part of why it's still hot, after all these years, and why this marriage ALWAYS keeps me on my toes.
And even if I *did* get my heart shattered at the end -- it'd absolutely be worth it. Not even a question.
Love is EVERYTHING, in this life.