• 5 Responses to Love vs free 24/7

    1. no no no
      March 27, 2014 at 5:14 am

      How about being free to live love? Love should not be prison…

    2. Author
      March 27, 2014 at 2:13 pm

      Love can be a prison. It’s not like the person I loved didn’t know I loved them. The person held me in captivity for selfish enjoyment. So yes love was a prison for me. It’s one thing if you don’t want a person, you should then release them. What one shouldn’t do is hold on to the love consume it . Then when it’s time to give it back you become nasty and rude not caring ; rather you hurt the person or not. Also everyone that loves freely don’t have self esteem issues, sometimes the person is just that. (Love)

    3. thoughts
      March 28, 2014 at 1:24 am

      “The person held me in captivity for selfish enjoyment.”

      Wow, that’s a tough assumption. How do you know? Sometimes this state can happen when both parts are unsure of the feelings of the other (or can’t believe). But then it is you who decides to stay in that position. No offense, but it sounds passive, when you describe yourself the way you do.

      I also ask myself, if it is true love when you think of what you did and what you expect now in return. When I love someone I don’t limit my giving to what I expect from them. It only happens when I’m not sure, if they would be annoyed, because they don’t love me. Maybe you should talk to your person and find out, what made them act the way they did.

    4. sunset gazer
      March 28, 2014 at 2:48 am

      My sun gazing partner is gone. Once we watched the sunset on a hill in Meijer parking lot fixing a car and eating sushi. Another time we watched the sun rise on an island on my birthday. The sunrise and sunset were like our secret giddiness factor. Viewing it alone… just blows.

    5. Author
      March 28, 2014 at 1:22 pm

      @ thoughts : easier said than done I lost contact info. I am in same state just new city so sigh maybe it is best to let it go. @ sunset : yeah it does just a little bit but not the end of world .

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