Think simple and just feel to love
Secret for healthy love... equality. Balance between both sides.
i think i am one, but the truth is the other, very ingrained and very unhealthy
The colors scheme is unnecessary! I know of one or two people that need to read this - yikes! LoL!!!
Page background/format was driving me crazy but the love v.s. toxic love comparison was on point. I've experienced toxic love and it was definitely a great learning experience.
"Love you will find only where you may show yourself weak without provoking strength" (Theodor W. Adorno)"
This one is the final definition of it.
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Love. Be careful.
Healthy: White background, nice typography and use of css for formatting
Unhealthy: Rainbow background, empty rows and use of several hyphens for formatting
Love is not supposed to be painful. There is pain involved in any relationship but if it is painful most of the time then something is not working. Loving relationships are based upon appreciation & affection and not fear and manipulation.
i'm not so sure that there can be a true definition of love. i think it'd be different for everyone. some of this is true though. some of it could use explanation/expansion.
I guess those who thought this was rubbish are fortunate enough to have never experienced toxic love. Or are in denial. Or single.
Agree about the bad page design, but content is worth a moment of reflection.
Not entirely accurate. I've had relationships that are 'nearly obsessive' in both directions, and those are which that have been my best.
The desire for the other to grow doesnt imply to change into something you think he or she could become, despite what Viperine and Tofuball mistakenly interpret it to be.
The desire to grow is something positive, self improvement in ones life, whether its financial, social, health etc that the other partner embraces. Not the selfish expectations from the other partner to simply change into something "you think he or she could become".
The info on this page is as bad as the layout.
Viperine summed it up rather well with his comment.