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Loving ourselves is sometimes seen as an impossible barrier to loving others others see it as a necessary step towards being able to love others as in the popular saying You have to love yourself before you can love others Clearly both excessive self-love and self-scorn can kill romance Human love relations involve very complex dynamics We tend to take ourselves into different world when the word love comes to our mind The love we have for our family or freinds is totally different from the love we feel for our soul mates The poems I used to in this discussion are My Mistress Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun by William Shakespeare and I like sleeping with someone different and also Love Is A Great Thing by Thomas Kempis In the first poem the mistress is shown as a mans life and his only desire to live He loves her so much that he cherishes her like a god This can be true love and also it can be false claim This thing can also be taken as fake love I think that there is also somethin called fake love I say this because sometimes people will like you and show you their love when you are around them But once a person is not there in reality we tend to show our true feelings about that person We do this because we dont want other people getting hurt from the stuff that we say which might hurt them Different kinds of lovers mean different things when they say I love you We all would like to think we know the real thing real love but do we We assume everyone loves the way we do Thats not true Also we usually give love in the way we want to be loved not in the way the lover wants to be loved We all have different preferences in our lives about our
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