how many of you know what it feels like to truly be loved?

United States
January 1, 2009 8:10pm CST
I mean... truly loved!!!! The person would do anything for you. The person would lay down and take a bullet for you. I know this feeling now. It has been over 4 years, but I now believe that i have this love. My boyfriend would literally die for me and I would for him. I think that it is a great feeling. I could not live without him and I never want to. Does anyone else know this feeling? And how does it make you feel?
4 responses
@dodo19 (31933)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
2 Jan 09
I share this feeling for my fiance. When I'm with him, I feel as though I am complete, and I am extremely happy. And I can see that he feels the same. I can see it in his eyes. I feel as though I could be the richest person in the world. If he jumps, I jump. He runs, I want to run with him.
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• United States
4 Jan 09
I agree. That is how it is for me when I'm with my boyfriend.
@spoiled311 (5502)
• Philippines
2 Jan 09
hi thumper! well in terms of my family and my husband, indeed i am truly loved. i have been hospitalized most the holidays and my husband has spent his time with me. he refused to go out on family gatherings and reunions with friends because he would rather stay with me. i guess he figured that he could not enjoy while i am suffering from pain. although i didn't require him, he stuck with me. also, i still have IV now and he is the one doing most of the things for me. he has been such a sweet husband, sacrificing his wants and needs just to get me going. and also, yeah, i know of Someone who has already laid down His life for me--Jesus Christ. I know He loves me so much because for awhile He has given up His deity in order to live in this world and save humankind. take care and God bless you! :-) happy new year! :-)
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• United States
4 Jan 09
I hope that you are feeling better. My boyfriend would do the same for me. He has been stuck in a bed since november 22nd... The day after his birthday. He broke his ankle and he's over weight so he has problems just getting up and to the bathroom. I have been right by his side through the surgery and all of the other stuff that has came with it. He gets the cast off in 6 days and he can start putting weight on it. He will also have one last surgery to remove the screws and that should be it. I know that he's do the same for me. It hurts me though to see him suffer.
• Singapore
2 Jan 09
It makes you feel complete, happy and more confident in yourself. Because, when you fall, you know there will be someone there for you to stand by your side. :) i think words can't explain this feeling. You gotta feel it yourself to know what it feels like.
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• United States
4 Jan 09
exactly! I don't think words can begin to express it properly.
@sameroad (3180)
• United States
2 Jan 09
I know this feeling... I haven't had it for anyone outside of family memebers yet though... but i know my mom/dad would do anything for me and die. i would do the same for them. can't love anyone more then i love them.
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• United States
4 Jan 09
I have it for my parents as well, but this is different and even better. I would do anything for my boyfriend and he would do anything for me.