Romantic – This love style is when you are deeply into the other person. Normally due to being swept off your feet or possibly through physical attributes.
List Maker – This style of love is about sticking to your guns on whats important to you. You may be the type of person that puts extra pressure for your mate to meet your standards in a relationship
The obsessive – This style of love is the type to want to be around the person all the time. You are always concerned about what is your partner doing when they are away from you. This can be over kill and may drive your significant other crazy at times.
Giver – This is the person who always gives more than they receive. You’re constantly thinking of your partners needs over yours and will often get the short end of the stick.
Player – This style of love often leads to a short relationship, due to boredom. You like the thrill of being chased and chasing, but once your there you no longer crave your prize.
The Pal – This means that your love style is more of laid back than the rest. You take your time and cherish hanging out with the person vs. trying to jump the gun on a serious relationship. This often means that you take things slowly and waits to see what it could possibly turn out to be.
Regardless of style, you must consider 2 things for love to truly be a wonderful experience.
1 – Take the time to think about the impact that you have on your partner and vise versa. Love is about opening yourself to receive as much as giving. Don’t be too greedy or too generous.
2 – Don’t force it or stray it along for too long. If you are really in love, then show it without shoving it through your mate’s throat. They will know you affection based on actions. Just don’t do anything stupid or out of line that it will require them to put a restraining order on you.
On the flip side, if you no longer love the person and your just keeping them there to keep you company, then really you’re not being fair to them or yourself. Allow them to find their own soul mate, and you may even see that you find another that will give you the feeling you always wanted.
Love can be interpreted in many ways. But in a relationship thinking of only yourself can be a recipe for heartbreak and disappointment. Don’t sell yourself short, but don’t rob others of it as well. Keep in mind that love is about experience, learning, growth and appreciation.