Is love really that great?

@okn0tok (569)
United States
May 1, 2007 4:22pm CST
Its full of what seems a lot of disappointments and pain. Is it ever worth it?
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• United States
1 May 07
Well I believe that if you are in love there isn't any pain or disappointments, maybe its not love what you are talking about.
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@okn0tok (569)
• United States
1 May 07
Any pain or disappointment? You never get let down or argue? That causes me pain and disappointment.
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• United States
1 May 07
Everything that you are experiencing comes with any relationship even with your family members... only reason that you are being let down or hurt or whatever.... is because they aren't you. They will never always do or say whatever you want them to say. When you accept that, you shouldn't feel hurt by that.
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@shak143 (1280)
• India
2 May 07
Ofcourse love contains pain and disappoinments but you feel this all pain and disappointment when your selection is wrong otherwise you found only happines and takecarer who everyone needs and found of. So don't make any mistakes while selecting love.Though it happens ask whether it is love or attraction.some times we may feel attraction as love and most of will do it and as every one knows attraction will never remains. And also love is adjusrtment.one have to adjust with other likeings and dislikes.To make life happy. TC.....
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@moomincat (321)
1 May 07
There is no gain without pain.
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@Easytime (126)
• Nigeria
1 May 07
love is loving, understanding and maturity irrespective of the hurts and misunderstanding from each party.
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• Canada
1 May 07
There is an old Croatian song by Ivo Robic called "You Can Love Only One, All The Rest Is Ilusion" or atleast that's the English title. I've got the song playing right now. You may think you are in love, but if it is full of disappointment, then it's not real love. Read love knows no disappointments.
@okn0tok (569)
• United States
1 May 07
I think that is overly idealistic to say real love knows no disappointments.
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• Canada
2 May 07
Disagreements yes, disappointments, no. There will always be conflict, but where there is real love, there will always be a way. If things like lying, cheating, abuse etc. happen, then there can be no love.
@xiuluoelly (1225)
• China
31 Aug 07
Well, it is drawn on the great, it is better to say that it is inconceivable that we are always looking for love, sometimes hard to be the love they will soon lose, and then go in search of life is a search for love in the process, everyone wants a lonely person experiencing the pain and disappointment after , the original enthusiasm not become an indifferent heart.
• Kottayam, India
2 May 07
Love is really understood, then only appointments nothing dis before it.
@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
2 May 07
I definitely think love is more than worth it. Nothing in life is ever perfect, but the important thing is that there are a lot more positives than there are negatives. I think that when you're truly with the right person, then the postitives will outweight the negatives and make it all worth it. There are always ups and downs in life whether it's in a relationship or otherwise. I've had lots of disappointments and pain in my past relationships, but now that I've finally found the right man, I have never been happier in my life. Even though we might occasionally disagree on things or get annoyed with each other, it's pretty rare, and when it does happen, we talk through things and resolve it. No matter how frustrated we might get with each other, it doesn't change our feelings for each other, and those things are temporary, but our love isn't. When it comes down to it, I know that he's the one person I can always go to and he never lets me down, and is always there when I really need him, and that is definitely worth it to me! Even if it means putting up with a little five minute argument every once in awhile. :)