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Is it wrong to love someone if you are 18 and he is 37?
well, I would get over him/her , and u should wait maybe they broke up ...??? u never know ... so be patient and if u see them in love and kissing and... just act normal ... t…hen he would think that u are not intrested ... but then when he/she broke up with each other he/ she will think that u are my true love ... Just adding someothing in my own opoinion if i was in that situation io wouldnt be afraid to go and tell him/her that i like them. then its all up to them. That would 1. get a load of my shoulders of worrying and 2. let him know that you do like him/her so its up to them. then i would try my best and move on...if they confront me latter in life and i still like him/her he/she probably relaized something....but i would tell them...you never know when youll die and you might regret not just taking that chance! :]
The GCF is 1.
It's not really a question why, and it depends what love you're talking about. We love our parents and family because we have to, your mum pushed you out and gave you a …home. Even f we say we hate them deep down we know our love for them is unconditional and untainted by the things they say or do to us. Loving or being in love with some one is incomprehensible. We're only human and love is beyond understanding, but i think we do love because we are emotonal beings. We are capable of more than animals are. We love because we are capable of loving, and if you are incapable of love you don't love people. It's that simple =)
Is it possible to love someone after 2 months of dating and is it wrong to be considering engagement after such a short time?
I do believe that it is possible to fall in love after only a couple of months because my mother and father only dated for two months, fell madly in love and got engaged and 2…7 years later they are still together and in love. Now, I think that they never let divorce be an option and when they had arguments or dissagreements they worked them out and got past it. I think most people give up too easily and take the easy way out, divorce, but I can testify that if you learn to love your spouse more than yourself you will do just fine. Just think about a sibbling who you used to bicker and argue with and sometimes you couldn't even stand. I'll bet that you worked your differences out and though you may have thought you hated them at times, you realize with time that they are one of the best friends that you could have. Though if it were possible you may have divorced them at a certain point but you couldn't (thank God) and now you still have that person in your life. If you apply this love to your marriage and just assume that you will be there for each other always, I think that any love can mature and grow and be a lifelong companionship. I'ts up to you and your significant other how long you'll be together and how much you'll allow yourselves to grow your love and friendship. Think about what type of commitment you're willing to make and don't have any doubts. p.s always focus on the positive traits that attracted you to someone in the first place, never focus on the negative things or that will be all you see after a while I think it is possible to love someone after 2 months of dating. I have been separted for almost 6 months after a 14 year marriage. My husband left me for another woman. I have been seeing someone now for almost 3 months and feel like I am in love with him. I know I don't want to loose him and that I want to see where this can go. We tell each other we love each other and I know we mean it. Yes it is definitely possible. My boyfriend just asked me like a few hours ago after 2 months of dating and I turned him down but now I really wish that I had said yes. I think that this is certainly possible.
A person doesn't have to be in love with someone yet I have heard some of their friends accuse some women and men that choose to hang out together or even live together of b…eing gay. A man can simply live with a man and a woman can live with a woman or, brother and sister, etc. Most people never really stop and think that if they are independent, love their freedom and are happy that they don't need to be in love for the sake of it. There is nothing really scary about living alone if you prefer to be and it's society that puts a stigmatism of 'What's wrong with him/her? They should be married by now. Are they gay?' Often people just love to have a pet around for company. I've heard young men and women tell me that they'd had bad relationships, had enough and went out and bought a dog and refuse to get into another serious relationship. There is no reason you have to be in love with someone. And it isn't always better to be with someone than alone, everyone is different. If you are happy not being in a couple, then do that. If you want to be in a relationship and your not in love, do that. Just don't tell someone you love them if you don't. That's not fair.Sometimes it may feel like you have to love someone. Emotions can be very strong, but there comes a time in every relationship where there is a checkpoint. Then you have to really take a hard look and see if the relationship is healthy and happy for both people involved. In a happy, fulfilling relationship you would never be asking why do you have to be in love with a person. You would be asking how did I ever live without him/her.I will give you a Biblical answer. The scripture says that husbands should love their wives. Also it says you are to Love God with all your heart mind and soul. I believe it is a fallacy to think that you have to be in love with somebody. Also I believe a person that ask that is seeking happiness in someone. Factually, people can bring temporary happiness to a person, but not deep down bedrock happiness. That kind of happiness comes from knowing who made you (God) and that His son (Jesus) forgives you of all sin, and cares for you as no man or woman can. Some people never know the love of a person, but are fulfilled in knowing they love and are loved by their Heavenly Father who, after all they will be spending eternity with unlike the temporal love of the flesh.Your question begs the issue of what kind of influence our culture can put on us. We are constantly bombarded by love issues everywhere we turn. For example, I have no desire to get married, and when I have made this statement to various people I'm often met with looks of confusion. People often respond, "Do you want to be lonely the rest of your life?" Who says I'm lonely? I'm independent, and I love not having to answer to anybody. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be by yourself. I find it's the best way to focus on becoming the best person you can be and involving yourself in the things you love to do. I think the question you ask is indicative of the sheep like, homogenized society we are becoming. Be yourself, and fall in love when you are good and ready to be in love, not because you feel you have to.Because all your friends will get married, spend all their time raising their families, and you don't want to die alone. You do not have to be in love with anyone. Besides, its not something you usually control. The feeling normally comes about when spending lots of time with a person, having an attraction to them and you are generally interested in everything they have to say. However, you don't need to be in love to survive, some people go through their life being single, that does not mean they are any less successful. Being in love with someone just isn't a necessity in some peoples lives, there is nothing wrong with it either. Love is the most special thing in the world.
Is a complicated issue which needs to be addressed in a gentle and principled manner. Be yourself and most likely they will see who is treating them better and may fall in lo…ve with you. But trust me, there will be games cause the ex may get jealous and try to jeopardise the time he/she spends with you, not cause they still love them just out of spite. Be aware. It's not worth the heartache. Tell them how you feel, get it off your chest and take it from there.
Expressed as a percentage, 18/37 x 100 = 48.648 recurring (that is, 48.648648648...) percent.
no, unless theyre underage
Well, ask yourself this question: have you had sex? If you haven't, then you probably shouldn't worry. If you just got it recently, or it just started a year or two ago, then …that's fine. My periods used to be really irregular, like I'd have them sometimes between 50 days or so. I have them every month now... but like I said, if you just got it, then you're fine. If you've had sex, then you could be pregnant.. Hope I helped!
Is it wrong for a man and woman who are in love to have an affair for years while each of them are married to someone else?
Answer First of all, if you have kids, you should stop seeing the other man at least until the kids have moved out!! Ask yourself what it is that make…s you want to be with the other man. What does he do that your husband doesn't? Is there something wrong with the relationship between you and your husband? Most likely, yes. You should try to solve this problem first. Try to fix your relationship with you're husband, so that you no longer feel the need to find someone else who can make you happy. That will be very hard to do if you are still seeing the other man, so you and him will at least need to "take a break." The most important thing with fixing your relationship with your husband is to be completely open and honest with him. You and him need to be able to communicate well. If at first he seems to resist this, don't give up; keep trying. Tell him that you want to change things and make things better. It may take a while for things to change, but they will eventually. Your goal is to get your relationship with your husband to be just as good as your relationship with the other man was. This will probably require some changes for both of you. Help him though it. If you absolutely can not fix your relationship with your husband, then you have two options. Either stay with him anyway, and settle for a less-than-perfect relationship, or get a divorce (thats not an option if you have kids living at home!). Don't continue your affair. It will cause more problems that it is worth; there is no point being with a guy who you don't really care about, especially if your mind is always on another guy. As a final note, if your husband is physically abusive in any way, then don't stay with him, especially if you have kids living at home because he could be abusing to them too! Other than that, don't leave him if you have kids living at home! -DJ Craig Answer In my opinion,YES,it's definitely wrong!Why?Because if you and this person really LOVED eachother,you would have been together.If you do not get along with your partner than get a divorce, even if there is children. It's better for kids to be in a happy environment than in a family where there is no happiness or peace at home.I think this is the ultimate disrespect to your partner!AND YOURSELF!It's obvious that this question is speaking for your morals.You are asking if it's right?Deep down you know it's not. I think it's time for you to start being honest-starting with yourself.
What can a person do if they have pushed someone they love away for all the wrong reasons how can they get that person back into their life?
Your only chance is to have a long, honest conversation with them. And I did say honest.
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I'm 17 and he is 34 and he said he will wait for me till I'm 18. He is in love with me and never wants to let me go. Is it wrong?
He is MUCH too old for you, just wait a while, you will meet someone closer to your own age who you will really fall i n love with,. Women his own age problably find him s…illy and immature, so he wants to try it on with a young girl! This guy is using you, now kick him to the curb and enjoy your friends who are closer to your own age. well for your own age as the age of 17, its sound too young, you know? but once when you reach the age of majority (18) then not such a problem. but just take your time and build your trust in him. I'm 20 myself and I'm in love with my parnter of 2 years and he is 36. we met when i was 16 but i told him that i couldn't be with him because i was a minor and its against the law to be with someone who is a minor so he told me he will wait for me and i thought there would never be a chance of us being together till then time passed to the age of 18, we met up and now look at us, we are together for two years. just be careful with him. play hard to get till then you know he loves you and you'd feel comfortable with him. Age is only a number, just a number of how long people have been living. the important thing of life is love... good luck x ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The first time I fell in love I was 40 years old and she was 36. Because I love her I had to be willing to lose her and I did and it hurt (I do still love her and we are still friends). Perhaps your 34 year old "boyfriend" is willing to wait for you, but is he also willing to lose you if that is the better thing for you. Love always seeks the best for its object even if in so doing it causes pain for itself. That is the true test of love! Perhaps the two of you will make it work though.
no not at all, all long as there is no sexual relations. I wish to marry taylor lautner but he is like 10 years older than me the term "wait for me" makes sense say that you l…ove someone but there is a 14 year age gap in the future you will be 34 and the spouse will be 46 its not as akward so it's okay. i hope this answer really helped
Thats 75.33% soo a C.