Love is Not a Need

I proclaim this here and now: I do not want to fall in love until I don’t feel like I need it.

If I desperately feel a deep need to be loved, I don’t think it is the right kind of love.

If I feel the NEED for love, what am I really looking for?

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Am I looking for a person to fill something within in me that I feel that I am missing, that I need?

Am I feeling insecure? Bad about myself? Like I need man validation? I’m lonely? Someone to keep me warm at night?

Well, those don’t seem like good reasons to fall in love.

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I don’t want to need anyone to fill any of those needs in my life. I want to feel 100%, super awesome, happy, fulfilled, and good about myself as me.

If I am looking for someone to fulfill a need of mine, I am not ready to give them the love that they deserve, nor am I ready to receive a healthy love either.

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I don’t want us to both need love, but be ready to just be love, share love, and be able to be the best love. The giving love. Not the selfish love.

I want to accept the unselfish love, let it wash over me, and let it lift my whole being up. Whole being the key word. Then I will be able to absorb it, feel it, cherish it, love the love, and send it right back out.

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  • I like your expression ‘healthy love’. It is hard to find such kind of love, because people nowadays have unlearned to give. The selfish love is dominating. Though I hope that a ‘healthy love’ is real and can be granted to those people who still believe in it.ReplyCancel

    • Thank you so much! I definitely believe that there is still healthy love in the world!ReplyCancel