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How do you make someone love you?


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2010-10-21 01:03:05
2010-10-21 01:03:05

It is very difficult, and sometimes impossible for you to make someone love you. Emotions like love usually can't be forced, they just come on their own. And sometimes forcing your love on someone does the opposite of what you intended. But one thing that sometimes works, is just smile. Smile for them when they achieved something or help them when their down. It does a lot to just smile. Also, just be kind and happy around them. Talk with them and laugh with them. It will slowly add up.
you dont "make" someone love you they have to love you can do stuff to lead them on to love you like try to impress her do things she likes be kind to her and make her feel satisfied

just impress them. dont know how? then learn.
You can't make them love you -- they do this on their own. Of course, you want to be likeable and true to yourself. From there, love may flow if everything else is as it should be. Treating love as a challenge or goal is not appropriate since it is a feeling between two people.

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Unfortunately, I have found out in this life that there is no such thing as being able to 'make someone love you'. Love is something that is either there, or it isn't. It doesn't matter what you do or say, if someone does not love you on their own, you cannot make them do so.

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You can't make someone love you, they either do or they dont. You can use manipulation to make someone be and stay with you - but that is for big time losers. Don't be a loser.


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