Nessa wrote:So do you dont feel love is a choice? But maybe you can choose to carry out loving actions etc?Audie wrote:Im not wanting any sympathy, but thanks. I just said it as an example of how loveNessa wrote:Sorry to hear that happened, AudieAudie wrote:Nessa wrote:
But say you suddenly felt no love for someone you now love. Would you still feel like you could say 'I love you' or do you need the feeling of love to be present to be able to say it and mean it?
When I was married, whatever I felt for him went out like a candle when I discovered he'd been cheating on me. Zero, gone.
It must have been very painful.
Do you feel you could love someone without feeling something?
can end rather abruptly.
Love without feeling?
Love is a feeling, so that is quite contradictory.
Asian and Western ideas about love are quite different,
probably more so that for two Westerners, one of whom is
religious, the other not.
I dont see how I could "choose" to feel hot, cold, happy, scared, awed, worried or in love,
then fool myself into thinking it is real.