How to Make Sense of Love


Love is one of the most intense emotions that we experience. It can be a wonderful feeling or it can be a horrible one. But it is an emotion that we all feel, even though we may not know exactly how to explain it to others.

What is love?

In the Cambridge dictionary, love is defined as having a strong liking or affection for someone and being romantically and sexually attracted to them. This is a broad definition and it can be applied to a variety of people, including a spouse, friend, or family member.

What is true love?

True love is the kind of love that can only be found between two people who have made a conscious choice to devote their lives to each other. It is the kind of love that is unwavering and immovable no matter what happens.

This kind of love can be cultivated between you and your partner as you build a bond. It can also develop in between you and your friends, siblings, or pets, if you have a special bond with them.

How is love created?

The best way to understand how love is created is to think about the timeline. It begins with positive feelings, like awe or excitement, and ends with the choice of commitment. This process takes time and involves both parties establishing a view of the other as an Other – something they want to be with instead of being without.

It is important to note that this timeline may vary from person to person and culture to culture. However, it is a common idea to consider this as a way to make sense of love and understand how it works.