well mayb not so much a tlk about luv as it is a defense of pplz ideas of wut makes luv work lol. this has been one of my fav surveys evr. here is the second post from the joint site:
Hello again from your personal Fried Chicken. I guess now, since we’re officially discussing a topic, we get to see what my blog typing experience can produce. This one is about solidifying the ever elusive “perfect relationship”.
So to aid in solving my dilemma, i went around imposing my question upon carefully selected individuals to keep my answers as unique as possible. A way to get different perspectives from people experiencing relationships in different ways and my research has not failed me. I selected a range from those who have never been with someone to people who’ve been with many. From being in a perfect love to a complicated situation. I kept the scope broad.
The most abundant answer given, which also happens to be what i agree with, is trust. Based on what I’ve found, it’s the foundation on which relationships are built. Relationships have to be built upon something and the society defined “love” isn’t strong enough to support it. Another reason given was that if lies and illusions are mixed together, it will all just be an illusion in the end. Also it enables a person to further themselves into vulnerability with another person.
Another response given was love. I was really expecting this all night, but only one person said it which baffled me. “A person only needs to love the other person” The idea didn’t intrigue me so much as the reasoning. It was defended by the systematic destruction of all other important aspects of a relationship, or rather i interpreted it that way. Thankfully i understand the point of view, but it was more like love made the cut by default because everything else was insufficient.
Lastly I’ll mention money. This was the first and funniest aspect i got. To think that money is this important made me contemplate what society has come to that finances has such a hold on the future of a couple. I’m not nearly defined as a naive person, but i must disagree that burdens of money between two people should affect the longevity of the bonding experience.
What are your opinions on this topic? I’d really love to hear what you think. Especially since I’m starting the dating circuit all over again, this is something to think about.
-“…the most important aspect of a relationship, is that the feelings that you feel for your partner are true as in real likeness and not just lust.”-
Thanks to Thomas H., Adaiah G., Samantha L., Joel G., Ken R., and Jason E. for allowing me to use your verbal thoughts in this post. Also, this has been by far, the longest midnight snack I’ve ever had. Thanks for coming with me on this little trip. This is Fried Chicken saying “Dinner has been served.”
til next time. stay frosty