Does physical involvement is needed to love eachother

July 22, 2017 12:10am CST
A love without physical involvement is not seen these days, but i think we can love without it, whats your opionion about it?
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@marguicha (102194)
• Chile
22 Jul 17
The way we love a friend or a child has no physical involvement, if that is what you mean.
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22 Jul 17
I mean between lovers
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22 Jul 17
@marguicha thats awesome its a great effort, enjoy pure love
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
28 Jul 17
@TheHorse .. My little friend injured himself the other day...I wish I was as magical as you were...all I could do was spare a few band aids. :(
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@TheHorse (72406)
• Walnut Creek, California
24 Jul 17
I think there are many kinds of love. I have friends I love dearly that I wouldn't get "physical" with.
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
26 Jul 17
LMFAO! Thank God for small favors, pony!
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
26 Jul 17
Don't we all...
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
26 Jul 17
@DaddyEvil .. That is rotten... Can't somebody on myLot set this brat right?
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
23 Jul 17
Platonic love exists. But it is just like a soap bubble. It can burst. And then there would be nothing. What do you have to say @DaddyEvil, @TheHorse, @CoralLevang, @mommaj?
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23 Jul 17
@vandana7 you are right, every love starts platonic and ends like bubble burst, actually physical relationship is necessary in marraige life, and those who loves before marriage should respect the women to love without physical
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
23 Jul 17
@Sherwinmrtn .. I am not sure about that physical relationship mandatory in marriage thing. A British monarch left his kingdom for an American and from what it is believed, theirs was rather platonic stuff. I am kind of fascinated with some of these platonic ones. There was some great musician or was it a writer, who was struggling and was supported by this lady. They wrote to each other and never met even once in their lives. Interesting stuff I read sometime ago.
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23 Jul 17
@vandana7 this platonic stuff might be fascinating but, in marriage it is the deep love, if someone doesnt share it, how can they do the love, its the private time of both, that will reflect thier relationship
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@quantum2020 (9959)
• Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico
22 Jul 17
Physical contact is needed when two people have reached certain type of maturity in a relationship; physical contact unites more deeply two people who love one another
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22 Jul 17
Intense love
@TheHorse (72406)
• Walnut Creek, California
28 Jul 17
I agree. But communication, and then love, come first (ideally).
@kobesbuddy (55368)
• East Tawas, Michigan
28 Jul 17
I'm a firm believer in neck hugs, whenever I display my affection for other people. Especially my grand-kids and in laws:)
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28 Jul 17
Great thats love
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@TheHorse (72406)
• Walnut Creek, California
28 Jul 17
The kids I work with give me full body hugs, and I love that. But with grown-ups, it depends on how well you know them. Yesterday, as my expressive aphasic buddy was leaving, his dad said, "Give Horse a high five or a hug." Of course the kid rushed over and gave me a big hug. As I stood up, his daddy and I suddenly gave each other a "Seinfeld hug." It was a sweet moment.
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@kobesbuddy (55368)
• East Tawas, Michigan
30 Jul 17
@TheHorse I was always rewarded with hugs, from the children I worked with:) It's how they naturally express their true feelings!
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@Engrlvtn (23)
26 Jul 17
Physical involvement will make it stronger
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@TheHorse (72406)
• Walnut Creek, California
28 Jul 17
I have to agree with that. But you need a firm foundation of love first.
30 Jul 17
@TheHorse, sure
22 Jul 17
Love is like a garden needs tending all the time.
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22 Jul 17
Garden? And flower and fruit? And seed?
• Rass, Saudi Arabia
26 Jul 17
Well said my friend
@Neiltarquin (1091)
• Rass, Saudi Arabia
24 Jul 17
It is rare to love someone without any physical involvement because in the begining, we are attracted to someone physical attributes. Plus every gestures that we know in showing our affection needs touching someone like holding their hands, making them laugh by tickling them and also by kissing someone.
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24 Jul 17
True it is the best way to expose love to others, we have to show love to everyone, and we humans have some ways to show it,
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@ARIES1973 (9539)
• Legaspi, Philippines
22 Jul 17
I also believe that we can love without physical involvement. As long as there is a communication, love can be possible.
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22 Jul 17
@aries1973 mostly girls prefers that, but sometimes boys thinking is different
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@sharon6345 (138395)
• United States
22 Jul 17
I would do so good with that kind of relationship. I think I could truly be happy for ever. if ever that happens I would be the happiest woman around.
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22 Jul 17
Like what kind of relationship. With physical or without physical
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@FayeHazel (19951)
• United States
26 Jul 17
There are many sorts of love. Physical love is only a part of a few kinds of love.
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26 Jul 17
According to me it is higher kind of intimacy love,
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@vandana7 (67661)
• India
27 Jul 17
@Sherwinmrtn .. What if the partner becomes incapacitated in some way? Then there is no higher kind of intimacy remaining ..should the other partner walk away?
@dollaboy (6153)
22 Jul 17
Not possible these days Sherwin Martin
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22 Jul 17
K, i appreciate different views and opinions, cool dude
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@dollaboy (6153)
22 Jul 17
@Sherwinmrtn thanks sherwin Martin
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• Philippines
22 Jul 17
Good luck with that.. But that depends on the ones with the relationship. Getting physical is their choice or not.
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22 Jul 17
Yea that's right
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@alberello75 (18672)
• Genova, Italy
29 Jul 17
Little to say about me, on this subject. Just specify that, I'm gay declared and never had any sentimental relationship.
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@RubyHawk (29375)
• Atlanta, Georgia
27 Jul 17
Absolutely, romantic love isn't the only kind of love. You can love your brother , your mother or your friend. There are many kinds of love.
27 Jul 17
Yes thats right
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@RubyHawk (29375)
• Atlanta, Georgia
28 Jul 17
@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
23 Jul 17
Hello! I don't believe I have spoken to you before, have I? I wish you a belated welcome to myLot! I do hope you are enjoying the time you are spending with the members of this site while you are earning your pennies here! There are several types of platonic love, so my opinion would be yes, it is definitely possible to love someone without any physical involvement between the two people. May I ask what brought this topic to mind for you?
23 Jul 17
Because i dont feel any difference with gf and friend, there is some benefit with gf, but with friends there is not ( note dont judge me with this, its my opinion, please)
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@DaddyEvil (25922)
• Aurora, Missouri
24 Jul 17
@Sherwinmrtn Hmmm... you find no benefits in having friends you love? I am sorry for that. Maybe you have not found the right kind of friends? I do my best not to judge anyone, but do have some problems understanding an Indian on occasion. I ask only that you keep this in mind when talking with me. If I say something you don't understand or agree with, please ask me about it. It is entirely possible I have misunderstood something you've said or I have been given different information from one of my Indian friends that doesn't entirely agree with what you said to me. Thank you!
@Kahl39 (1285)
• Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
8 Sep 17
Well, it probably depends to what extent. But I guess in a relationship, something physical you both enjoy is necessary though.
8 Sep 17
Mee tooo lol.