It is said that the average person falls in love seven times in their lifetime.
How many times have you been in love?
Have you ever regretted falling in love? Is it really better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all???




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  1. Lucifer Rising 1 month ago

    The later, yes. Otherwise, to propagate and live. To live. Is why.

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  2. ladybarbara 1 month ago

    I think I have only been in love 5 times in my life.

    I have regretted marrying some of my husbands that I did not love and had to give up because it never warmed up to be love. I learned a lot in being married to them. I learned what I did not want. I have loved where I did not fall in love. I just realized that what I felt was a kind of love after years of friendship. I have never regretted feeling love for anyone who faded into my past. Yes, it is better to have loved and lost, because while it lasted it was a good feeling. It took years to gain the experience I have. It took loves to gain the experience have.

    It would be sad to never have loved at all. That would be a lonely life.

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      Scarlett2 1 month ago

      @ladybarbara when I look back I realize sometimes I was mistaking something unhealthy for love. However, I think I have been in love three times. There are three instances that stand out as true love although only one of them has ever had the components of sternbergs triangle.

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    • Tits McGee 4 weeks ago

      @ladybarbara

      some of my husbands that I did not love and had to give up because it never warmed up to be love

      WHY MARRY SOMEONE YOU DO NOT LOVE? 5 TIMES? MAYBE MARRIAGE ISNT FOR YOU

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      • ladybarbara 4 weeks ago

        @Tits McGee Love isn’t necessary for a marriage agreement. Sometimes the reason is a pregnancy. Sometimes the reason is for a man to get to know his biological son. I did not have to love the father of my son. I thought it was more important for my son’s biological mother and father to be together. It was a stupid idea. Then — Sometimes the reason is that the man wanted a wife and there I was. He was a rich executive and I wanted to be an executive’s wife. It worked out for a few years.

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      • Tits McGee 4 weeks ago

        @ladybarbara @immortal_pirate

        Hey Pirate, I have a nautical question for you (kind of a riddle) – I assume you were a seaman sometime in your vast universal travels – just not sure where to post –

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  3. luftballooneyegouge 1 month ago

    Magique

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      Scarlett2 1 month ago

      @luftballooneyegouge Cheryl strayed said it takes magic sticky glue to hold it together. I believe the best and longest lasting love is where the two people watch each other keep growing, and it has sternbergs triangle.

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