Movies and books are where people can express their fantasies, which are almost always never realistic. It's what they imagine. What they wish could happen, but in reality, can never happen. It's what's fun about writing and reading and watching movies; being temporarily part of something dreamlike, escaping the dullness of realism for a while.
Typically authors like to show archetypal love. Reasonably simple, uncomplicated love. <br />
The problem arises when you take that reasonably simple uncomplicated love and you throw in kids, bills, jobs, house work, lawn mowing, car problems, broken washing machines, miscommunications, friends, parents, neighbors, and all of minor annoyances that make up a normal life for a normal person. No amount of love can counteract reality. All you can do is hope you can still see what drew you to your love through all of the chaos.
a girl can dream right?
I think it does happen, but it is extremely rare.
Because, unlike romance books, in real life we have bills to pay and ****, lol.
Well they got to sell movies right! So they give people what they want, what sells, what seems impossible & unattainable to make you long for it more, a lot of us want what we can't have or think we can't have, so we buy a piece of it in the form of movies or books, I think this explains why I spend so much on exotic dancers at ***** clubs!!!
That's good, those suck. Life is much better.
they do & much better
Romance in real life is different to what it is in movies. It is more about the little things than over the top gestures. I think that when you are deeply in love with someone then romance is involved because of the things you do for one another to bring happiness and the feeling of love to each other.
It does sometimes, but then real life keeps on going. Real love requires time, trust, commitment. It's the part that happens after the romantic part fades back a little. You can have happily ever after, with the right person, but the ecstatic feeling of falling in love, being in love, will ebb and flow. If you're lucky and don't expect the other to fulfill all your needs, and don't give up too soon, the feelings will deepen over time.
It's all about what society believes women want to have and experience. Romance for men is nonexistent therefore it can only be a half truth not the real thing.
I ask myself the same question and idk :/ I guess it does happen but those are the lucky people :(
It does happen in real life. People do a lot of harm to their relationships. They don't realize that romance is there but there has to be balance and not think of it as an all or nothing.
romance become a myth nowadays
Romance, plainly put, is imagination. Being creative. Its got nothing to do with love.
Let's not talk about an outlier