Ok, does this really deem true that love actually hurts? The Everly Brothers sang about it in 1960, so can this really be true? Have you even encountered the feeling that your insides were going to fall onto the floor without that certain someone next to you? Have you had that awful feeling in your stomach because you loved someone so much?
It is the beginning of a relationship when things are so fresh and new and passion is engulfing every aspect of your body. There are so many pinned up emotions that even an evening apart seems to be a lifetime. First love and passion unlock so many feelings that it's hard to describe them all: euphoria, peace, tenderness, tingling, jealousies, and complete connection are just a few. Passion is a sweet anesthesia that blinds us to anything that might come between us. Love, in the passion stage, holds a power for that moment that can overcome everything.
Apositiveway.com describes that feeling that we have when we say ‘love hurts’. The truth is that love does not hurt but it is the falling out of love or not having love that really hurts. And the higher you are, such as in the heights of passion or the tower of a long-term love, the harder the fall. AHHH! Passion is a powerful tool, emotion and well-being.
About three months ago, I fell head over heels for a chivalrous man that offers so much passion and love to me that it can be listed as indescribable. He left for a two week vacation with his family and my body aches for him. It is the lost passion or the missing link that I feel that it actually hurts to be without him. Either way, I wouldn’t trade my feelings now for what I will receive in two weeks.
Do you have any stories you would like to share about a great love?
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