Do you think forbidden love makes the love for each other stronger?



So I was wondering do you think we crave the love we can't have more because you know you and the person you love can't be together it makes the love even more stronger, deeper and painful.

For example if Romero and Juliet were aloud to be together with no problems do you think they'd would have still loved each other as much as they did.


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  • I think love can be more exciting when it's forbidden.

    But no, I don;t think love becomes stronger when it's forbidden.

    If anything, it probably becomes weaker over time, because most people will crave the safety and stability of a relationship that isn't forbidden.

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  • No. When you really think about it, it is nothing but selfishness because they 'felt' something and wanted what they wanted. And did what they wanted to do which got one or two of their family members killed besides them killing yourself for them. How is that love?

    "So I was wondering do you think we crave the love we can't have more because you know you and the person you love can't be together it makes the love even more stronger, deeper and painful." Again, this is the definition of selfishness. Not love. Love doesn't work that way. Especially mature love. They had no reason to be together except by what they felt. It doesn't work in real life.

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  • "So I was wondering do you think we crave the love we can't have more because you know you and the person you love can't be together it makes the love even more stronger, deeper and painful. "

    Conceptually, I think that is true, at least to a great extent. Yes.

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  • Yeah we crave stuff we can't have more.. just when u take a simple example when u textinga guy and the guy doesn't text you sometimes on time, puts in those time gaps on purpose, and tht pisses you off cuz u wanna text him, then u realize how much u actually wanna text him

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  • They'd have banged a quick one out but then again they'd have reconsidered things differently in different conditions. An arabic proverb says "All that is taboo is wanted." It rhymes in arabic. Anyway, true love survives being taboo but with great effort, but taboo love can make it seem like true love just because it fuels the imagination.

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  • It does I was forced to break up with my ex by her parents 3 years ago n I still got feeling for her till this day

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    • I know how you feel unfortunately I always fall for guys I can't be with for some reason and I still think about some of them sometime even though I don't feel anything for them anymore

    • It part of life sadly sorry for your pain but it helps you grow as a person. I'm expecting a baby soon but still miss my ex even through am over her

    • I'm in a long distance relationship with a guy after my patents broke us apart 20 years ago. Due to the distance we are unable to be together. But we admit that we are still in love with one another after all this time. So I believe in the phrase, "Absence makes the heart grow fonder"

  • It's just an emotional "challenge accepted"
    Because your told no or you know it's wrong, as a youth you want it more because you were told no or no your not supposed to.
    A very deflating result.

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  • Oh my... Yes definitely yes!
    But really... I would like my heart to stop, aching...
    https://i.imgur.com/gInHfhM.gif

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  • Romeo and Juliet is one of the most misunderstood plays of all time. It wasn't a romance it was a tragedy. The whole play takes place in a matter of days and Romeo starts the play off in "love" with someone else. They weren't in love, they were in lust. Forbidden fruit so to speak doesn't make love stronger it may make it more exciting for a short time. Hardship can bring people together but it can just as easily tear them apart.

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  • I don't think it makes their love stronger. But "fighting" to make a relationship survive through all adversities in life proves their love for each other IS already strong. It's evidence of their strength of character as individuals too. Because the relationship wouldn't survive if only one person was fighting for it

    I judge the strength of someone's love and loyalty when they or we are faced with adversities in life.

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  • it depends really. but im gonna say yes for this one. i guess with forbidden love you really test your love for the other person by facing obstacles etc. whereas with unforbidden love there is no need to fight for what you want so you really do not know your limits and how far you are willing to go for one person.

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  • It's more the image of love than real love. You can't have it so you imagine how it will be like but once you have it then you don't desire it anymore or are disappointed because you're imagining such amazing things.

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