I feel content and fulfilled in my relationship.18.I know my partner feels the same way about me as I do him (i.e. There's no one else I'd rather be with, than my partner.20.When I have good or bad news , or a challenging situation, my partner is one of the first people I call. When we have issues, my initial response is to resolve them, not leave him.16.When our relationship isn't flowing as smoothly as I'd like, I'm able to be with what is and trust that things are and will be fine.17.If you believe happily-ever-after means everything always flows wonderfully, and when your own relationship ebbs and flows, you may not realize you are actually in love with a wonderful guy.Additionally, having strong feelings for someone can make you think you're in love when you're actually in lust or just simply infatuated.Or if guy decides that he wants girl, fears and insecurities that surface from both individuals means that things aren't the happily ever after portrayed in fairytales and movies.
You are approaching love from fear and under the belief that love is hard.Love is about loving yourself first so that you are whole and not looking for someone else to complete you.The quality of your love life is a direct reflection on how much (or little) you care for and love yourself.When the guy you're lusting after or are infatuated with doesn't feel the same way, disappointment and heartache ensue.As a result, these lustful and infatuation experiences that don't work out, will cause you to believe, "Love is hard, painful and uncertain." Feelings are the most common way that people learn about and experience love.