When you’re a child you watch Disney movies where they fall in love at first sight.
They become happily ever after and you dream of having a relationship like that.
And then you grow up and all your dreams are smashed. Boys around the age of 10 to 15 are mean to girls who are just experiencing their first feelings of being in love.
You have your first boy- or girlfriend and the relationship ends.
Your heart is broken and you lose your trust in love.
Love is a game we play and real love is a mystery.
And then you meet someone and fall in love with him or her. Love strikes you and makes to world different. Everything seems better.
That’s when real love happens.
It may sound childish but I believe in real love and I am experiencing it right now.
Of course there are days when the rosy feeling disappears.
There are problems in every relationship you have to work on.
But real love gives you so much that working on it is worth it.
It makes you work on yourself, your relationship and lets you cherish the small things.
The moment you can spend with your significant other are special ones.
Being with him or her maker you feel better.
In thankful for every second I can spend with my boyfriend. Even if it’s just lying next to each other without saying anything or listening to his heart beat while falling asleep.
Just knowing he is there makes me happy.
I loved before but it was never so intense and “whole”.
In past relationships I experienced that people didn’t want to open themselves completely to not get hurt.
Everybody is capable of loving but many are afraid of being hurt.
But there is nothing more beautiful to spend your time with someone you love and share your life with him or her.
Love makes us feel better and helps us being a better person. We care for each other and get the chance to be significant to someone.
The little moments when your heart stops beating for a second because of happiness. Knowing that you matter to someone. Being able to love and get love in return.
May all of you find your true love and true happiness.