Have you ever asked your BF/GF this question?Which do u think is d ryt answer?
May 22, 2009 5:18am CST
I have watch a local movie from my country long ago and until now I still remember the lines that the woman have told his boyfriend in the middle of a bridge. She asked the guy this question below..... "Do you love me because You need me or Do you need me because you love me?"
22 May 09
The movie MILAN right? Uhhh...suddenly I'm not sure. Or probably DUBAI? All I know (half-know that is) is that it was said by Claudine Barretto. It was a very touching line but no I haven't tried asking my BF that question. First, there is quite no suitable bridge to throw that question! haha. But I guess he has given me answer to that question indirectly that is. I guess he both needs and loves me like the way I need and love him. For sure love is greater than just the need.:-)
22 May 09
haha...correct!Claudine Barreto from movie Milan. I love this movie. I can watch this a hundred times but I'm not going to be bored. There is a second question below...If you want to answer go ahead. Good for you,then. I wish you success in your relationship.
22 May 09
I haven't asked this question to my GF but the reason is that she already told me the answer. She said that she loves me a lot and she can do anything just to be with me. I guess that says it all. By the way did you ask your BF this question? If yes then what did he say?
22 May 09
Actually, we just broke up a few months back, but I'm doing fine. I'm working abroad and he is left behind in our country. If ever he will see me and ask me if we can still be together, maybe I'll ask him this question...haha...anyway, for me I would like to hear the phrase I need you because I love you...thank you for your opinion and for sharing a bit of your lovelife. Enjoy!
28 May 09
This is a situational question. When someone is in doubt about his/her partner's real feelings for him/her, then, this could be asked. So far, with me, I never have to ask anyone this yet. But, I surely will when situation calls for it. The right answer is the one that's coming from the heart -- the truth. Sometimes, people confuse needing someone because they love the person and loving someone because they need the person. Say, when your partner has been with your for years and you have become used to being around him that you're afraid of losing him, then, it's not really love that you're feeling but need of being with him. Takes a lotta maturity to understand what we really want or need.
23 May 09
I think that it is still best to say "I LOVE YOU". I don't want to be loved because I was needed and neither I don't want to love someone because I just need him. I rather be loved and give love unconditionally. It simply means loving someone without any "buts" or "ifs"