I just want someone to love me back
FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. Love is hard enough to find, but then there's the challenge of getting your timing right. Sometimes you have to wait for the one you love to make up his or her mind, to find themselves before settling down, or to bridge the geographical distance that separates you. Over two decades ago has it really been that long?
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‘I just want someone to love me’
Love used to be this thing that I accepted in small doses. I took what little was on offer, always hoping for more and never asking for it or demanding it or questioning how very little was parceled out to me. I had learned that love was conditional. Of course, I would look for the strings, and because I wanted to keep what little love came my way, I tied myself up in them. There came a day when I would cut those strings and let myself fall. I expected to feel fear.
I did not expect the elation, the absolute freedom of letting go of the thing I had tried so hard to hang on to. I fell so far, and yet I was flying. The truth is that all I ever wanted was someone to love me like this:. As I am. For myself. For my deepest truths.
For my quirks. For my mind. For my whole self, body and soul. With kindness. With honesty. With sincerity. With passion. With fidelity. My sometimes messy hair and always chaotic home. My quick tears and quick temper. My tendency to hold on and to feel loss more strongly than anything else. My love-hate relationship with technology. My passion for all things vintage. How I sing in the car and take long baths and nap every chance I get. And not just loved, but treated with love.
Yet, people say love and still cheat. People say love and tear the other person down. People say love and take everything they can get, giving little in return. Love becomes just another word, sometimes one that seems tarnished with the action that belies it.
When we recognize our own value, we start asking for what we need. We begin to take all of our precious time and energy and expend them in relationships where we feel loved. I hear it all the time. It comes in so many forms. The woman who goes on about how she rarely has an orgasm but her partner always does. The woman who dreams of a vacation destination that her partner refuses to consider. The spouse that stays and yet checks out of the relationship in every way that matters.
The partner who keeps asking for what they need and never getting it. The partner who walks on eggshells instead of living an authentic life. From sex to communication to basic common courtesy, the actions matter so much more than the words. We just want a steadfast love, someone to laugh with and who will hold us when we cry. We want a love that says the word but shows us in actions, too. And we do. Sign in. Crystal Jackson Follow.
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6 painful lessons I learned from loving someone who didn’t love me
I hear it quite often. While it might seem harmless on the surface, is it really? Everyone wants to feel cared for, appreciated, and truly madly loved. But this method of thinking about it is dangerous.
Love used to be this thing that I accepted in small doses. I took what little was on offer, always hoping for more and never asking for it or demanding it or questioning how very little was parceled out to me. I had learned that love was conditional. Of course, I would look for the strings, and because I wanted to keep what little love came my way, I tied myself up in them.
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Mental Health and Therapy 4 comments. Sometimes I feel so good, like when I saw D. Immediately, I felt high, like the colors in the room got brighter. I get it. I mean I hardly know him, but seeing him is like a religious experience. And afterwards the day suddenly seemed gray again. I ended up feeling like a ghost, like my spirit had just up and left my body. I just want someone to love me. If someone loves me back, then everything will be ok. But sometimes I despair.
All I Ever Wanted Was Someone to Love Me Like This
Its ok, a lot of people do! But extensive research carried out over the years has proved that you can indeed control love. And it can all be done through the power of the mind. You see, love is no different to other psychological emotions that you might experience on a day-to-day basis such as:.
I spent every breathing moment consumed with a man, unable to listen to those who watched me struggle. I spent five years doing everything I could to try to force a man to love me, and in the process I forgot how to love myself. For five years I chased.
“I Just Want Someone to Love Me”
Spending sacred time on figuring out how another person feels about you is a disservice to yourself. Not being desired is never a fun feeling. We can get stuck on a connection we want to transform and elevate into something higher, which is when we start longing for an intimate romantic relationship.
Everything seemed like it was going according to plan. But then, like a cruel twist of fate, things began to change. My friend wasn't sure if she wanted, needed, or loved her partner anymore. At the time, I was pretty taken aback by her frankness. And, after a minute or two of awkward silence on the phone, this is how I broke it down for her:. Just because you can't get enough of someone now, though, doesn't mean that they'll fulfill you over time, or that they'll satisfy you for the right reasons.
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