This type of “love” is not a good reason to get married, but friendship is. Real love is about giving to and caring about another person’s life.As Shaya Ostrov says in his book, The Inner Circle,"I’m watching you, hearing you, paying attention to you.A lover who is not your friend can easily hurt you. And if they do, they will make every effort to repair the hurt, just like you do with your best friends.Friends care about each others' happiness and well-being. #2: Are We Emotionally Honest and Vulnerable with Each Other?The reason is that marriage is nothing but problems!I know this doesn’t sound very romantic, but it’s very realistic.
When we share our feelings with another we connect and feel close to that person.
"But partly, I suppose, it’s because, as a man, his entire life has not been shaped by a desire for, or a rejection of, a fluffy white dress." "My desire for a wedding predated my ability to imagine any other kind of positive attention for myself, any other moment of triumph in my life," wrote Dunham.
"I didn’t want to have a gallery opening, like my mom, or to perform surgery, like my aunt.
” The question to first ask instead is: “Are we becoming good friends?
” “Being in love” often means infatuation, romance, and high chemistry – things that are essentially selfish.