- Love is underrated. There is such a lack of love in this modern world.
- Love is overrated. The last thing we need is more love.
- Other (please specify in comment section)
Most Helpful Girl
A bit of both.
Love is not entirely overrated in that, when you do 'find' it (which again is misleading because you do have to put actual effort into falling, versus just sitting on your ass and expecting your prince charming and whatnot to saunter up on his own), it's great. One of the best feelings/things to experience.
Love is, if anything, a bit overrated because many seem to think that, once you do find what seems to be 'love', that it'll flourish on it's own. Which is very wrong- love, even if it is genuinely felt on both sides, takes constant maintenance. It's not going to be a constant nirvana, and there'll most certainly be a lot of downs along with the ups. Many may think that means it's not 'real' love, which is incorrect- real love involves humans who, unlike in most rom-coms, are not perfect and will inevitably go through conflicts of interest sooner or later.
Most Helpful Guy
Love is such a subjective thing, it means different things to different people and you can't get a unified definition across the board. It can be confused with so many other states of being emotional. People can believe that they have found it in minutes. I believe that it is something built over time and with effort.
I think that the most solid version of love is rewarding. It is not the be all and end all of life. You can have a shit load of fun without love. It just depends on how stable you are internally, as to how much it dominates your life as a concept.