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nicoles_fancy asked:

09 Feb 2011

Why do us women love our men more than our selves?

Why do we just let our selves go sometimes?



chloelouise says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

Personally, I don't think we can love someone else before learning to love ourselves.

Before I met my ex, I was saying to myself 'I'm going to have fun being single and look after my self' and I did. I acted like myself, I took care of myself and appearance, I wasn't trying to impress anyone- just learning to love myself.

And the best thing? My ex fell in love with me, the raw me. I didn't see him coming, I wasn't trying, he just turned up out of the blue. And we fell in love.

If you can't appreciate yourself, you can't appreciate anyone. :)

Peace xox


tara_celeste says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2011

You want to hold, love, protect and make the person you love happy. But what good is that if it's not returned? It leaves a gap that makes us feel insufficient and thus we go to even greater lengths. We let ourselves suffer to show how much we care and are dedicated to our partners. Women are usually more sentimental and nurturing than men, so maybe it's just our nature. But I think it's our conscience. I think this because they say to treat people the way you want to be treated. When you love someone you want their love too, you want to be good to them and them return your love. You don't want it to be shot down and wasted. So you'll do what it takes to make them feel happy, and in the back of your psych there is a little banner waving that reads "Please love me too." So this unconditional love and self neglect could all be a product of our need for love. We feel like we need love, so we give it in the most powerful forms we have and we hope that they return it full force.

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