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Yes, we've read endless lists of Q & A forums and all that goes on in the media circus on the above mentioned. |
Believe it or not, everyone tries to dabble with this at one point of his / her life, or have heard of stories of such... our minds once mulled over this or we've literally chewed over this before... so, it's still a burning question, leaving a mark in our hearts. So, everyone must have a story or stories to tell?
So... could there be this little element, deep in our hearts that we long to find a partner, but we're only disguising and hiding behind the skirts of friendship? Could there ever be a platonic relationship in your opinion? Will there always be this 'element of chemistry' between a man and a woman?
(I hope no one is going to come up with sibling stories and parent-child thing - we're not going into incestuous discussions BUT of strangers we meet along life's pathways).
Read on ... I have more to pick your mind with before you reply :).
Right on...life! --> With our multitude of experiences on love or trials & errors on attempting love must have either constricted and expanded both our hearts and minds with emotional upheavels, euphoric experiences and so forth... but the bubble pops right before we go insane - we still drift back to earth and face reality.
Yes, I'm speaking about the emotional roller coaster rides that we experience from falling in love and out of love. Do we think of possible 'love' whenever we meet the opposite sex, or we just start off by being platonic? What attracts us to the a particular opposite sex in the first place?
'Yeah', same old, same old stories of 'boy meets girl' but varied by experiences that joined BGR (boy-girl relationship) through:
1. 'love at first sight for both',
2. 'one-sided love',
3. 'fatal attraction',
4. 'We both like each other very much, but let's be friends first... then la dee la daa... love emerged from no where',
OR complicated cases such as
5. 'We both like each other, but let's check out what other choices we have out there... we'll get back to each other if the search is futile', or even
6. 'Let's stick with each other till someone better comes along',
OR will there be...
'Ah... we'll be really good friends for sure'... chop chop style - decide there and then that there'll never be anything more than just friendship, honey! Then days and months pass by and cupid played a cruel trick on ya... you'll change your line to "Hated / didn't feel a thing for / don't know what to think of each other when we first met, but don't know what happened along the way"....
ahhhh.... the list goes on!
Right, give me your two cents' worth.
... and the list goes onand even come up with our own rules to abstain from having another relationship, but to fall back into it's game again - unexpectedly - naturally.
Well, living in a world of expectations - both materialistic and basic alike - they still fall into the same category - expectations.
Forget about 'race' in this sense, and focus on our very humanistic emotional needs, as we all end up feeling the same... whether we like it or not? So, a penny for your thoughts?