I Love You, I Love You Not.

I wish no one would go through what I went through. The fear of wondering if someone loves you one day then doesn't the next. I was told at least every month...I love you so much, I never loved you, I love you just as a friend, I love you, etc. Can you imagine how heartbreaking this is to hear it from someone you do truly love? Well, I know there are different types of like I love you as a friend, I love you as a lover, and the way I love my family. But I believe people use those words sometimes the wrong way. I feel that it can be a way of manipulating people into getting what they want. Make them fall in love with you with their personal gain. Whatever that may be. I am tired of people just throwing out the words"I love you" without giving them serious consideration and what consequences they hold.
HazelEyedGurl HazelEyedGurl
31-35, F
1 Response Oct 4, 2010

Yes, HazelEyedGurl, I an imagine it -- I go through that too -- having my wife alternate between wanting me and not. It has become easier for me to deal with since I started looking at it differently. Instead of it reflecting on me, and my desirability (or lack thereof), I believe it is about her -- it is about her fear of closeness and her need to manipulate and control.<br />
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Consider that what he does says more about him than it does about you.