Now I'd like to move on to my reasons as to why I created these posts on what love is and is not. One of my friends and myself had recently gone through a break up; not with each other, but with different people.
My boyfriend wasn't really accepting or understanding of my allergy. He was also starting to force his vision of what I was and wasn't on to me. He couldn't see me in my full light, he only saw half of me and made-up the rest. To make matters worse, he made me the center of his world. I was his everything. He thought of me as his soul mate and that I was the only one for him. He disrespected me by viewing me as this pure-hearted-cute-girl. He was over the top romantic, as well. He complained that he couldn't kiss me and wanted to do romantic things like go out to fancy restaurants. To make matters worse, he kept embarrassing me in public. He clearly wanted to have sex with me and kept bringing up the topic indirectly. He'd say things like "I can't wait till we are alone" and wink at me and he even flat out told one of my friends, after she made a joke about us having sex and I told her I was a virgin, "for now" with a drooling over-the-top love face on Facebook. These actions turned me off to him. I told him my boundaries, and he ended up ignoring them in the end. I ended the relationship before things could get worse and he kept calling me and contacting me, trying to get back together with me. Finally I told him to drop it, thankfully he did. I was ready to call the police on him for stalking me.
I don't know the full details of my friend's relationship, but I know that they were bad enough for him to break it off. He posted a status on FB and I responded to it with the beginning of part 1 of "What is Love??" and it just moved on to this blog. I hope you all enjoyed reading this and I hope that it will help you understand what love and what love is not.
Blessed be and merry part, Dear Seeker )O(