What's the difference between BEG and FIGHT, when it comes to love?
February 14, 2007 1:11pm CST
Would you rather beg or fight for love? I keep on telling my boyfriend to please not hurt me anymore. That I'm tired of what he has done to me. Is it a begging lines? Despite of him being a cheater, I would do things just to win him back. Is that a kind of fight? Do you think the best answer would be it depends? So, what do you think?
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14 Feb 07
When it comes to love, begging for love is typical of a person with low self-esteem and/or insecurities and fighting for love involves issues with anger and jealousy neither which is very mature. In analyzing this discussion, therefore, it seems to me that's why the age to get married is 18 or 21 according to the state each of us lives in when whoever gets married is supposed to be an adult or mature, whatever the case may be. That's my opinion.
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15 Feb 07
In the concept of love if you beg that means you give up everything you have and who you are just to appease your loved one. In terms of fight. You fight for the ones you love because it's your heart's obligation to defend your relationship. You fight because you value the love you've invested in this. You beg because you hope they'll understand how fragile and incomplete you are without them.