what kind of love a man like?

China
July 18, 2010 11:53pm CST
A usual saying goes, "Distance breeds beauty." But i don't agree with it. Distance tends to produce suspicion, loneliness, and quarrels. Love is not as strong as expected; some times of quarrels can push love to the ending. I love my boyfriend very much, and so does he. We meet each other once a week and our relationship goes very well. But last week's experience made me very worried. Last week, we stayed with each other for a week long. Geneally speaking, he treated me very well. While as time moves, I found he was not as enthusiastic, passionate and considerate as the beginning. A week and the whole life is equal to a drop in the bucket. Do men really like distance?
4 responses
@jonnifc (1021)
• Philippines
19 Jul 10
It all depends on how deep your guy loves you. If he's not that in love with you, then he will like the distance because he can play single while you are apart. If he's really in love with you, he'll be faithful to you. So maybe your "honeymoon stage" is starting to be over. It doesn't mean that he loves you any less. Then again, maybe there was something bothering him that's why he was sort of aloof with you. So talk with him. Tell him what's bothering you also. It might clear up things for you.
• China
19 Jul 10
Thank you. Maybe you are right. We've been in love for several months. Time smoothes our passion and fervor. Our love may go like water, running peacefully and tranquily. "Honeymoon stage" can not last forever, i should accept this fact. YES~~
@besthope44 (12145)
• India
3 Aug 10
A true unconditional love just for them.
@rjkmrr (172)
• India
26 Jul 10
Yea, I had a same case. Men do not like distance, as widen the gap they tend to forget us one another and relation become weak. Love is so fragile. It easily break if there is no proper link between lovers.
• Romania
19 Jul 10
A man like a love that it happenning all the time in bad. And maybe with a little food extra. Thats the real true even if sometimes is not enough.