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How far would you go for the one you love?





DGreatPronKing
Just a random thought, because I remembered the time my GF and I fought and I asked her how much she loves me. She answered that she'll be with me until she dies(sounds cheesy). Then she asked me the same question backed, I simply told her "If you could give me one, just one good reason. I'll kill my whole family starting from my mother and father.". She kinda cried and said, I love you so much..

And from then on, we seldom argue and she now says that she loves me sincerely.


I kinda look like a bastard telling her that. But I don't really have a plan to do that, and number 2 ,I don't think she would want to harm any of my family.


ANyway, how about you guys... how far would you go to prove you love someone?

do you mind sharing it to us ? ^_^
Ophois
I'd like to think I don't need to prove it. They either believe it or they don't.
If I tell someone I love them, they should have no reason to doubt it.
I have a rule never to trust someone who feels the need to 'prove' their love to me.
Especially if they say those magic words, "I would do anything for you".
That is the first sign of someone with dependency issues.

Love is either there or it isn't. If it has to be qualified with metaphors about pulling the stars from the sky, moving mountains, killing people, etc., then I find it highly suspect. That's infatuation, lust, codependency... at best, it's a form of romance. None of which are necessarily genuine love.
DGreatPronKing
You have a point there sir. And I believe that it is not " infatuation, lust, codependency." when we use such metaphors because I know I don't. For me its a way of flattering someone to make that someone feel important even though in her heart she knows that what I just said is impossible. I just want to ask what crazy stuffs you would do to prove it. If none then that would be ok. ^_^
PartyPros
I would do just about anything for the one I love. I would put myself in danger to protect her, fight her fights, give her any and everything she needs..
DGreatPronKing
Cool. This I ask you. Would you fight for her, even a losing battle? example, your parents, peers and everyone around you doesn't like her, would you still fight for her?
Greatking
to be in a relationship without totally loving a person is injustice to the person and yourself. i believe in loving to the hilt. i would do anything for my boyfreind. a few weeks a go he was terribly sick, his cousine as well. i had to walk through the rain to the house after taking care of them. it was terrible but i realize i would do that again. anytime. any where. its a great feeling to love like that and to be loved as well.
apple
I can't say I'd die in is place or that I'd neglect my kids for him. Those actions have no balance for me and I cannot love unconditionally anyone who would want me to neglect one thing/person for their own benefit.

If you love someone it is MY view that you always want what's best for them even if its not the best for YOU. IMO thats love. To be able to walk away cause you being involved is not gonna help them. To be able to say I don't like it but if this is what you want I will not stand in your way.
Parkour_Jarrod
Well, i see it like this


You can go as far as you want for "love" with saying (and doing) shit like "Ill give you everything i have/ Ill kill my family/ ill travel across the desert just for you" ect ect.

But it is not love when you are doing that, thats affection, something completely different.

Love is when your sitting in a room with them, 100% contented in how life is, Love is when, your with that certain someone you feel as though the worst things in the world could happen and you wouldn't care, if it is real love it could happen and with that person you would care, but you wouldn't you would be contented and accepting.

So how far would i go for love?

Well if i consider that its not that i have the love and what i would do for them, then i would do nothing, as i would need to do nothing.

But if you take it, in how i initially took it, what would i do to find that kind of love i explained earlier?

I would go to the end of the earth, and do anything for it, my goal in life is to find that love, the only thing that keeps me alive, and stops me from commiting suicide is the idea of finding that love...

Therefore i would risk my life for the thing that left me with the will to continue life...
airh3ad
If you love a person you have do everything, prove something that you love her. Tell death do us part.
goutha
A true love does not have limits!
rogue_skydragon
Ophois wrote:
I'd like to think I don't need to prove it. They either believe it or they don't.
If I tell someone I love them, they should have no reason to doubt it.
I have a rule never to trust someone who feels the need to 'prove' their love to me.
Especially if they say those magic words, "I would do anything for you".
That is the first sign of someone with dependency issues.

Love is either there or it isn't. If it has to be qualified with metaphors about pulling the stars from the sky, moving mountains, killing people, etc., then I find it highly suspect. That's infatuation, lust, codependency... at best, it's a form of romance. None of which are necessarily genuine love.


Extremely well-said. I agree...If someone says "I would do anything for you," it's definitely a sign that he/she is emotionally dependent. Asking your significant other to "prove" their love should not be necessary if the love really is there.
tukun2009manit
DGreatPronKing wrote:
Just a random thought, because I remembered the time my GF and I fought and I asked her how much she loves me. She answered that she'll be with me until she dies(sounds cheesy). Then she asked me the same question backed, I simply told her "If you could give me one, just one good reason. I'll kill my whole family starting from my mother and father.". She kinda cried and said, I love you so much..

And from then on, we seldom argue and she now says that she loves me sincerely.


I kinda look like a bastard telling her that. But I don't really have a plan to do that, and number 2 ,I don't think she would want to harm any of my family.


ANyway, how about you guys... how far would you go to prove you love someone?

do you mind sharing it to us ? ^_^



at high school bcoz of immaturity factor they r very much eager to do anything but i my case i will be loyal to by better half and give her protection lovers need protection
todabeat
anything, no questions asked
Smiley11
it's unexplanable... Just simply "i love him/her"

No question and caculation and explanation.


The question should be... How much are you willing to give and sacrifice... Even if by means of your own happiness....



"Everybody is going to hurt you. You just gotta find the ones worth suffering for."
loveandormoney
DGreatPronKing wrote:
Just a random thought, because I remembered the time my GF and I fought and I asked her how much she loves me. She answered that she'll be with me until she dies(sounds cheesy). Then she asked me the same question backed, I simply told her "If you could give me one, just one good reason. I'll kill my whole family starting from my mother and father.". She kinda cried and said, I love you so much..

And from then on, we seldom argue and she now says that she loves me sincerely.


I kinda look like a bastard telling her that. But I don't really have a plan to do that, and number 2 ,I don't think she would want to harm any of my family.


ANyway, how about you guys... how far would you go to prove you love someone?

do you mind sharing it to us ? ^_^




Until the end of the world.

Did You ever watch a movie? Love is much better than money.



Who has the experience, life without love is more happy?
tonberry
Ophois wrote:
I'd like to think I don't need to prove it. They either believe it or they don't.
If I tell someone I love them, they should have no reason to doubt it.
I have a rule never to trust someone who feels the need to 'prove' their love to me.
Especially if they say those magic words, "I would do anything for you".
That is the first sign of someone with dependency issues.

Love is either there or it isn't. If it has to be qualified with metaphors about pulling the stars from the sky, moving mountains, killing people, etc., then I find it highly suspect. That's infatuation, lust, codependency... at best, it's a form of romance. None of which are necessarily genuine love.


All so true! One thing I learned in life is that people with most declarations are always the ones who run away from fulfilling them first!

Before finally saying goodbye to saying sweet things to each other though, I think we need to be aware that women don't work the way we do. They are dependent by nature and, as opposed to man, seek comfort and stability in a relationship. They are genetically pushed to verifying the viability of the relationship, a personality trait probably meant to protect their offspring etc. So women sometimes need those warm words and there's nothing wrong from saying them.

And on the opposite end of the spectrum - people who refuse to sweettalk their women don't do so often because they just don't feel it and seek rational justification of their approach. But of course that has nothing to do with extremes like "I love so much that I would kill my family" Smile
playfungames
OP must be young, willing to do all those things for the one s/he loves. I used to be the same, willing to go to extends and lengths that no one would believe for the one I loved. Then as it turns out, the first love or the second love or the ones after that isn't your final one. Well, some of us find their final one in their first try. But for me, it is still an ongoing process, and if you ask me, I say love more than once.

So, the things I'd do for the one that I'm in love with at the current moment: I'd do it to great extends as long as it is moral and legal. I wouldn't do something out of a movie just because I want to be with the person that I love. But I would be honest, loving and down to earth instead of talking about unbelievable things with the one that I love.
elainelorie
Its useless to say that you would do anything for someone you love, can't a girl do anything herself? Now I'm not a feminist, but I am a women, and that's what I have to say. I don't think that love is real, personally, I think its an abstract idea. You have to spend your whole life searching for someone, your other half? a lot of people will disagree with me, I know, but in the end, everyone just ends up leaving you, and the only thing you're left with is a broken heart and some feelings you can't get over. Because love is different for everyone, you can love a women, food, a man, your dog. That's what makes this impossible. So trying to prove that you love someone, in the end is impossible, because they will just keep asking more and more from you.
Ryox
It would really depend on how much you truly love the person.
If they are the one who you'll die for than I would not leave them regardless what situations and circumstances may arise.

A Relationship is a two way street. Both people have to pull their part in the relationship, One person can't do it alone, That is why "people" always get hurt, because they think they can do it all themselves, when truly they can't. That's why there's more "Divorces" than marriages in the United States.
standready
If I have to prove to someone that I love them beyond the kindness and respect that I always give them then I should move on.
loveandormoney
tonberry wrote:
Ophois wrote:
I'd like to think I don't need to prove it. They either believe it or they don't.
If I tell someone I love them, they should have no reason to doubt it.
I have a rule never to trust someone who feels the need to 'prove' their love to me.
Especially if they say those magic words, "I would do anything for you".
That is the first sign of someone with dependency issues.

Love is either there or it isn't. If it has to be qualified with metaphors about pulling the stars from the sky, moving mountains, killing people, etc., then I find it highly suspect. That's infatuation, lust, codependency... at best, it's a form of romance. None of which are necessarily genuine love.


All so true! One thing I learned in life is that people with most declarations are always the ones who run away from fulfilling them first!

Before finally saying goodbye to saying sweet things to each other though, I think we need to be aware that women don't work the way we do. They are dependent by nature and, as opposed to man, seek comfort and stability in a relationship. They are genetically pushed to verifying the viability of the relationship, a personality trait probably meant to protect their offspring etc. So women sometimes need those warm words and there's nothing wrong from saying them.

And on the opposite end of the spectrum - people who refuse to sweettalk their women don't do so often because they just don't feel it and seek rational justification of their approach. But of course that has nothing to do with extremes like "I love so much that I would kill my family" Smile



Thats good.
Kissing is better than talking.

So better touch Your darling and laugh thats is much better than to pray how beautiful life should be.
pauline5765
Well, only as much as that person would do for me. Lol. But really depends on how deep your feelings are for each other.

I'm sure a lot of people have said those words to their exes before and just broke up after (omg, im such a pessimist lol).. I've said those words myself to like...1, 2, 3....8 of my exes too? hahaha... but it's because you are still in love and on that "honeymoon" stage. So you have the urge to say those words.

But when the relationship is over, it's over. So words are cheap, time will just tell you on what extent you have done for your partner over the years.
Da Rossa
Love is all about concessions. If you love, then you should go til the end. Of course that doesn't include sacrificing yourself. And, since love is meant to be mutual, one of the parties is supposed to pay attention when the other is pushing beyond the necessities to prove and exercise love.

I'll give you an example.

Lets say a man is crazy to have anal sex with his beloved woman. She doesn't like it, actually has told him it hurts and it is kinda anti-higienic. He understands her view, albeit being a bit disappointed. One day, she's so happy about something he's done she decides to make a surprise: she'll let him "in". In the last few days before the surprised, she gave a try with her on toys by herself, read some tips and even watched a porn movie, maybe she's trying to understand whether it's genuinely joyful or not. After all that, she's prepared, and when in bed with the man, she says: "baby, I have something for you. I'll now give you that one thing you always asked!" Only for the man to respond, "no need my love. I understand it is not pleasant to you, and I like our time in bed just fine." And he gently refuses the anal sex, and both still get to orgasm.

She was ready to make a great concession, but he made an ever bigger one. Respect and unconditional love.
loveandormoney
Yes.

100%.

Love is all and if you do it half
then Your darling must disappear.
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