If you have ever felt the emotion of unrequited love for another person, you know how bittersweet it can be. If love is one-sided, because you love someone who doesn’t share the same sentiments, you can set yourself up to be very vulnerable to being hurt.
This is especially difficult if you are still in your teens. I believe that fairytales like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty can sometimes set young girls up for so much disappointment in love and relationships. Too often reality is not quite like in those bedtime stories.
But these days young women have more to contend with than the fantasies of their childhood. Our relationship landscape has become riddled with the intricacies and complications created by the technology of the Information Age.
When we are young we often get our hearts broken, and we are so often let down by those we choose to love. We want to believe in idealistic love and that it can overcome all. Fortunately we do grow up and gain some life experience.
If you marry a man who cheats on his wife, you’ll be married to a man who cheats on his wife ~ Ann Landers
I have found over the many years of falling in love, and being in several good and bad relationships, that romantic love is actually about personal soul growth and spiritual evolution and enlightenment. Only when we learn these life lessons are we ready and able to truly love others unconditionally. Then you can love someone one and they love you back … unconditionally. That is a lovely thing in deed. It today’s world it can be a rare thing.
Having a tight-knit, loving family and lasting romantic relationships has become almost abnormal in our modern world. I think technology has also hindered us a bit. For example, all the social networking sites on the Internet have made it complicated. Many people are curious about their ex-partners. Some even want to reunite with their ex, who has married someone else in the meantime. These social networking sites have, from my experience, created many new problems in many marriages and have broken up many good relationships.
We are the Internet generation, and at the click of a mouse, we can find just about anything, including that elusive date ~ Amy Fisher
Technology is a great thing, I feel, if used properly. But sometimes it can be almost too convenient and intrusive in other people’s lives. In this day and age it’s more important than ever to stay close to your family and the ones you hold dear, and to tell them how much you love them. One should not even consider opening the door to trouble and temptation. There is always a domino effect, especially if your intention is to reunite with past loves. Too often the other party involved in the situation gets hurt, such as a spouse or girlfriend. It starts out innocent enough, but often times ends with tears and damaged relationships – all because of something that seems so innocent and convenient in the beginning.
I can attest to this because many of my clients have been cheated on and let down, because there significant other chose to use communication technology in a destructive manner. They never thought it would get out of control. Everyone has feelings and there are always ripples to every action.
Online dating is just as murky and full of lemons as finding a used car in the classifieds. Once you learn the lingo, it’s easier to spot the models with high mileage and no warranty ~ Laurie Perry
I have limited the privacy settings on all of my profiles on social networking sites to only be accessible to family and trusted friends. I prefer it that way – simple and stress free. I try to avoid drama in my life at all costs, as it can be so damaging to our health and well being.
If you are currently seeking love or hoping to find a partner, think about the attributes you want in that person. Then proceed with caution, escpecially if you are dating via the Internet. The key is to be safe on all levels, too look in the right places and to find someone with your same values and ideals. This way you won’t be setting yourself up for disappointment. For example, if he is married and wanting to meet with you, be thankful you are not married to him, because he would probably be doing the same thing to you. Our internal guidance system is wonderful at telling us often times what we already know to be true. Sometimes we just need someone to confirm what we already know.
I do believe in true love, but also know that it doesn’t just happen; it takes hard work and it can be a roller-coaster ride. As long as there is respect, trust and fidelity, I believe it can last forever. It is after all the most powerful force out there and lasts much longer then to “death do us part”.
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