What is the difference between dating and loving

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Fellow single women, we’ve grown tired of hearing the same things, over and over again:“Why don’t you have a boyfriend?

”“You’re too pretty to be single.”“So, you’re single… ”For the years I’ve remained single, I’ve repeatedly fired back with one simple answer: “I’m not in love with anyone.”But, other people tell me that to love someone is a “choice,” something you can and do control.

Hearts were broken repeatedly over the years, and although I wish the pain could have been avoided, the experiences taught me more than any book or class ever could.

Dating vs Relationships The terms ‘dating’ and ‘relationships’ have often been alternatively used by many couples so much so that many would view the two as synonymous to each other.

Although the two involve two particular individuals, these two terms could not be more different from each other.

I’ve come to realize that people are not telling me about the same force, but rather, about two completely different forces: being in love and loving. One can exist without the other, while one of them cannot. We love our parents because they go to the ends of the earth for us.

We love our friends because we can confide everything in them.

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