Why do we love somebody and want to be with them? Obviously, the reasons are manifold and they vary from person to person. Even then, there is an essential side to loving that is at the core of why it’s so important.
True love makes us comfortable. It allows us the stability which is absolutely essential to finding our inner mental peace.
A person who is truly in love with us makes us happy and does everything they can to make our lives stable. They support us in our times of sorrow and help us deal with our insecurities.
Stability, peace, and harmony are the essential qualities of a relationship based on true love. A healthy romantic life is absolutely dependent upon these factors.
More often than not, it’s pretty difficult to find an emotionally mature person who doesn’t cheat on you, a person who genuinely cares about your sense of security.
For one thing, love needs to be decisive. More so, when you are thinking about a relationship. Instability has the potential to ruin any relationship whatsoever.
However, obviously, this has to work both ways. You are equally responsible when it comes to maintaining stability in your relationships.
Any relationship which doesn’t allow the involved parties to be their real selves is not a good relationship indeed.
One of the significant signs of true love is that your partner listens to you. More importantly, they understand you. Love or romance, for that matter, is magical only alongside such an understanding.
Yet, understanding doesn’t obviously mean outright submission or dominance. It also does not involve any secrecy or dishonesty. Disagreements are rather healthy when it comes to a relationship.
In order to have a fulfilling relationship, easy communication is imperative. Both you and your partner have to put in all the possible efforts to ensure a fluent and honest communication.
Moreover, another necessary aspect of a peaceful relationship is self-esteem.
If you don’t have enough respect for yourself, you can never respect your partner. On top of that, without strong self-respect, you’ll never find the peace that you are looking for.
That being said, it’s often unwise to wait for somebody who is admittedly unsure about their feelings for you. If the person does actually love you and respects you, they’d need anything but time to respond to you. Even if they cannot be in a relationship with you, they’ll let you know simply because they respect you.
In my opinion, love that arises out of insecurity or manipulation is indeed no love at all. Even if it is so, it’s usually a distressing one.
To put it otherwise, an unstable relationship can never be a peaceful one. Alongside, we know that true love is always peaceful and comforting. That being said, I’ll leave the conclusion to you.