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I would agree... it is love when it is love... no thing like "less than love"
Sometimes new friendships with the opposite sex gives us a thrill that we can easily mistake for something else. With time, if this feeling doesn't weather away then maybe its worth pursuing.
If you define it as something "less than love" then obviously it cant be entirely love! Besides Love is a very generic term. If you mean opposite sex love - then anything more than friendship has definite potential to bloom into love!
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How would/did you change your bedroom after marriage?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
You think too much!
Can't help feeling jealous
Is it rational for someone to be in a friends with benefits relationship? How logical to have sex with somebody and still opt out of any emotional bonding? And, what if one of the partners end up developing attachment with the other partner?
Do we often make the 'mistake' of placing our partner above ourselves when we are in love?
So you're finding excuses to call, drunk text or simply bump into your ex due to a compelling urge to sit down and have a 'final discussion. In an age when we're breaking up on social networking sites, how important is a face-to-face closure? Do we always need one?
Has it happened with you? You sent a naughty photograph of yours to someone when things were going good. And regretted it when things weren't so good?
It feels like everyone is shying away from commitment these days. Why are we getting so commitment-phobic?
Lusting for someone else while in a relationship. How ethical or moral is that?
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