We all know what it feels like to love someone and how it feels to be reciprocated by someone. True love is transcendental and is the closest thing we have to magic. It doesn’t necessarily have to be for your spouse or a life partner only. We love our parents, friends, significant others, siblings, and even our pets.
However, it is often easy for us to confuse this four-letter word with attraction and attachment. It is a unique, special and strong feeling that makes us happy by making others happy and taking care of them.
In this section, you can explore various articles, blogs, and stories about this beautiful feeling and how important it is in our lives.
Are you someone who is romantic, passionate and loyal? Or are you someone who is cold as ice with no passion or intimacy in you?
Learning about Broken Heart Syndrome can help you heal from the pain and trauma of love and loss.
For empaths, love is always transcendent; and what is transcendent will always be eternal.
Some people meet their one true love at 15, and some meet their one true love at even 50.
Statistics and research show that every person falls in love between 2-7 times in their lifetime, before ultimately getting married.
There are three types of chemistry that need to exist for love to be true.
“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” –Winston Churchhill
Love has no rules. But there are some fundamental guidelines that can help you to navigate through the complexities of a relationship and help you live a happier romantic life with your partner.
Having a happy relationship cannot only be achieved by love; certain acts of love by both of you can elevate it to another level altogether.
If you and your partner speak different love languages, leading to some misunderstanding in your relationships, then here are a few steps to help you express & receive love in a better way.