Love — there are many definitions of love – but this is one of my favorite – “Love is accepting someone just the way they are without trying to change or improve them.” I completely agree – if you don’t love the person for who the are – then its not love. People do not change – so, getting into a relationship and especially considering marriage with a person that you want to change is an exercise in futility. Another one of my favorite ideas is that you should love a person – faults and all. We all have “faults” and shortcomings etc – but they are all a part of who we are as a person.
I’ve always said that the people I loved the most have always been friends first and often friends after we broke up – although not right after we broke up That leads into the main ingredients of love – they include:
Something I’ve also said many times is that it is hard to love someone else and to accept their love – when you don’t love yourself. That isn’t a selfish love – but a healthy self love.
Letting go of the past is another important element of a healthy loving relationship. In order to enter into a new relationship — we have to let go of the past. We need to be brutally honest with ourselves to determine why a relationship didn’t work out – and then look for any patterns in past relationships.
There are six types of love – do you know the names and what each means? Do you know that some combinations are healthy and some are disastrous? This course outlines the full description of each type of love, which kinds of love are a good match and which ones are not — it gives new meaning to the idea that just being “in love” is enough to make a good relationship.
These are some sections in Loveology University’s Course on Love –
- Definition of Love
- Ingredients of Love
- Letting Go Of The Past
- Finding Everlasting Love
- Communicating Love
- Types of Love
- Intimacy + Passion
- Love vs. Lust
- Love Around the House
- How To Love A Woman
- How To Love A Man
- Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
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Welcome to Loveology University’s Love Certification Course. Who else offers a certification on a course as valuable as love? In this course you’ll learn about the history of love, the different kinds of love and how to get the love you need. From self-love, romantic love to passionate love, this course offers groundbreaking techniques to make your life a loving one. You’ll learn about the 5 essential ingredients to finding love, 12 keys to keeping love, how to love a woman verses how to love a man and some fascinating statistics on love around the world. So if you want more love in your life, start by becoming certified in LU’s course on love.