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This current Guy In Love With You

Gracious those enchantment words we want to listen, “this present person’s infatuated with you,” however would he say he is? What does that mean at any rate; in what manner would you be able to know whether he truly is enamored with you or just ‘in desire’ for the occasion? There are a wide range of assessments or potential responses to this inquiry. Reality, the one you can trust, can be found inside yourself; it is contained inside what you have constantly known.

Are there things you can discard as untrue or unreliable? You decide.

1) Lie: “Love means never having to say “I’m sorry.” Truth: Love means never intentionally doing or saying anything that would require you to say those words. And when you intentionally do it? You can’t those words fast enough, because you are genuinely sorry.

2) Lie: Critical, always saying things like, “I’m trying to help you change, to help you.” Truth: You may have stumbled into a man who fancies himself to be an architect, or much smarter than you, he professes to know what you can be if you would just try… and trust him. Translate this to you are unacceptable as you are; I need to change you so you be acceptable.

3) Lie: “I check your phone or emails follow you or keep close tabs on you because I care, I am trying to protect you.” Truth: This is the nature of a controlling personality that is unable to trust. Worse, it bears the fingerprint of an abuser.

4) Lie: “I’m trying hard to get through to you (to make you think like me) but I can’t, see what you made me do?” Truth: When anyone you are involved in a relationship with says those 6 simple words, “See what you made me do?” you have encountered a full-blown abuser. This is classic lingo from someone who is incapable of loving anyone else.

5) Lie: “I can’t understand why you always make me angry.” Truth: Love does not anger easily, it negotiates with understanding and the intent to preserve who you are, the person he fell in love with.

What do you look for to know it could be the real thing? You stop, look and listen, just like when you were a child and facing danger like a busy street. Loving someone means seeing the best they can be; words and actions are a reflection of what someone thinks you are and will become.

The answer has been before us for more than 2000 years; the bible may have said it best, “Love is patient, kind, it does not envy, it does not boast, is not proud, does not dishonor others, is not self-seeking, is not easily angered does not keep a record of wrongs, does not delight in evil, rejoices with truth, always protects, trusts, hopes and perseveres.”