Men's love diminishes with time, women's otherwise!
September 25, 2008 7:08am CST
When I was in college, my teacher and friend, Ms. Santos told me that whenever I will get into a relationship in the future, I must choose a man who loves me more than I love him. It is so, because, as she said, men's love for women diminishes as time goes by. While women learnt to love their men more alongside their togetherness. Mylotter, I BELIEVE SO VERY MUCH! How about you?
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25 Sep 08
Hi Being a man, I would definitely object about this theory. For me whether you're a man or a woman, there will always be a tendency for someone's love to diminish. As what one of my favorite director said (Wong Kar Wai) he said that love becomes thinner and thinner as time goes by, so it's up to us to make the flame continue on burning. In short love isn't "permanent" we are the ones that keeps it permanent, love needs to be maintained. And I'm definitely sure that it can be maintained as it can also perish someday.
26 Sep 08
In one way, I am enlightened by the points you highlighted. Like, keeping the love burning and all. It's just that, I connect my view with the experiences of people I know. Most husband I know "cheat" their wives, in one way or another. May it be just a fling or a serious relationship. One the other hand, their wives spend most of their time, energy and love building up a happy family, rearing the children. All for the sake of their love for their husbands. There are also cases I know, when the husband is also caught with another wowan. Being caught in that situation, decides to leave her wife... but in the end, the wife will beg him to stay... Personally, I pity her! :(
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
3 Oct 08
It maybe true that love diminishes along the relationships, but I cannot agree that men do it more than women. I mean, if love is lost it is not ability to do it, but it comes from outside the relationship. Would you believe that men always love their woman but when something or somebody came along the way, love still there but it may just be a pause but not lessen or diminished. If we would say that way, more precise to say is love is lost but not diminished.
• United States
25 Sep 08
I think thats true for some ppl but not all by any means..I know that in my case its usually me who's love dimishes over time rather than the man I'm with and its been that way for yrs for me..BUT I also dont attach myself to ppl nearly as much as many do