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General Tips: The Secret Of Saying “I Love You “

General Tips: The Secret Of Saying “I Love You “

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1. Love means having to hurt every once in a while.
Be it so that the love may be reciprocated or not, love means being disappointed every now and then. That’s the price we unfortunately pay when we say those three little words. But when you hear the words “I love you,” all of a sudden, it makes up for every single bit of it—the highs and the lows, the good and the bad, the butterflies and the tears.

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2. When you say “I love you,” it means you want that person to be happy, even if it means that they have to be without you. When we truly and genuinely love someone, we don’t look for anything in return because this mystical and magical force we’ve come to know as love doesn’t permit us to do so. You look out for their best interest and you want them to have the best things in life. You’re happy when they’re happy and you’re sad when they’re sad.

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3. When you say “I love you,” it means you’re not going to change your mind. Those words mean you’ve outgrown the typical above-the-surface meaning of it, and that you see through it just like how you see through me. It means that you see me for me, flaws and all, and still choosing to be with me over anything seemingly perfect.

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4. It’s been said that one of the key ingredients to happiness is love.
Sure, there are those who readily abandon love or reluctantly surrender to love for other means: fame, fortune, recognition or advancement. But ideally each of us, at some point and time in his or her life, surrenders and suffers to the turmoil of love. When we don’t have love, we desire it. When we have love, we desire more of it, or we want another kind of love, or to experience love with someone other than the partner we currently share love with. If the love we give is not returned, then we believe we are unworthy of love. And when we have love, and then lose it or let it go, we seek to reclaim it. Even those who claim to have never loved or lost loved, still believe in the idea of love. And they, too, hope to obtain it.

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