Commitment counts! As long as good things are happening in the sack, too. The random heart pangs come back when you have kids. Love makes a family, not a fantasy.

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we don't want children!

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I can respect that, and I suspect there are any number of social constructs that can accommodate your personal development.I would view the endorphin rewards as the scent of new blossoms on a mature cherry tree. Asking whether what you've got is inspiring enough, sort of dodges the issue of what kind of growth you're capable of personally. I have a strong sense of my partner fertilizing both the roots and the flowers, and I regret it took me a long time to respond.

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I can't give you a straight answer but. I married my first love and childhood sweetheart, and i can relate to what you say about "young love" Over the years our love changed as we matured...it became deeper and stonger. I think the "young love" you describe everyone feels in their younger years. What im trying to say also is that those years have gone so embrace what you have now :) I wish you good luck and happiness x

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as you get older its much harder to fall in love, but close companionship and compatability are just as important

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Take it slow

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we've been together over a year. isn't that slow enough? & long enough to be in love?

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Time on a calendar doesn't matter-time in your heart does- if you still feel confused ot conflicted- take your time- love has no set schedule

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Thanks for the BA- Love has no clock

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