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    Foundation of love begin when two singles has great feeling attach to each other. From stranger to couple and from couple to someone we will spend our rest of our life, but what if a man and a woman forces to get married just to please their parents? According to Robert Epstein, psychologist at American Institute for Behavior and Research and Technology, ‘’ one key to a strong arranged marriage is the amount of parental involvement at its start’’ (par. 3). However, the concept of ‘’Married at First

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    changing one is the act of in love. Today’s culture has bred us to pursue someone to marry, to start a family, and to live happily ever after, which, in theory, sounds wonderful. Yet, in reality, the happily ever after propoganda is fictitious, for it does not exist. This notion causes a constant struggle between the false beliefs on how love works, and wanting to fall in love and stay in love. This struggle is why the bearing of one’s heart is terrifying. The words of love can never be taken back, and

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    The dance components effectively portrayed love and loss, by the use of movements, music and lighting. Natalie Weir is the artistic director of Expressions Dance Company in Sydney. EDC, is a world wide known dance company for their meaningful dances and their highly professional dancers. Their mission as a dance company is to contribute to the evolution and strong future of contemporary dance. R and J was first premiered at QPAC 850 seat venue, located in Brisbane Australia. It is a 60 minute long

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    Lessons of Love What does it mean to finish what we start? That we are to tie up loose ends, reach the finish line, or perhaps even to finish by ceremony. I have a story to tell, one that changed my entire life, that defined who I am as a person. Met a girl. Fell in love. She moved, stopped talking with me. Made me question why? Why do I push to finish what I’ve committed to? Is it for the completion of a task, for perhaps the ability to learn from my choices. Throught my relationship with her

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    (Feenstra, 2013). Supplementary to building relationships is the need for love. There are three variables of love; companionate, passionate, and compassionate. Companionate love is a comfortable love that can be maintained in a long-term relationship or marriage. Passionate love is an intense love that is typical of new relationships, but tends to dwindle and transform into companionate love with time. Compassionate love is one shared between parent and offspring. Furthermore, there are two relationship

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    REUNITED The goddess of love smiled upon Connie, 38, and Fabiana, 41, one fateful evening in 2008. At that time, they were just old acquaintances from the early ‘90s, reuniting, with no idea what was to come. (Love can happen that way!) Years after attending high school together in Canarsie, they found themselves meeting again in the now-closed Park Slope lesbian bar, Cattyshack. They felt an instant attraction that night, and they look back on this auspicious reunion as their very first date.

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    the novel was love is what you make it. In the beginning of the novel Janie has no idea what it meant to love someone and went into her marriage to Logan thinking that love is something you learn once you are married. “Yes, [Janie] would love Logan after they were married. She could see no way for it to come about, but Nanny and the old folks had said it, so it must be so. Husbands and wives loved each other, and that was what marriage meant.” (pg. 21). Janie had no idea what love meant and figured

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    it off my plate and plops it into his mouth before I even have time to respond. I’ve learned that a good solid base of forgiveness and acceptance that everyone has shortcomings, has helped me build a warm and lasting relationship with the person I love. Life is too short to hold grudges and I can see and feel the strain it puts on our relationship if I choose not to forgive

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    Love Anyone who has been in love, especially if the love object is scornful or infidelitous, has been able to turn to any station and say “every pop song on the radio is suddenly speaking to me,” as Ani DiFranco sings in her song “Superhero”. 1 Petrarchan love sonnets, the antiquated predecessors of the modern “pop love song”, depict love with some sense of perfection, sweetness, and chastity, with the beautiful, infallible blonde as the love object, however both with a sense of unattainability

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    marry the wrong person." He went on to explain: "The one thought to be Mr. Right turns out not to be. Ms. Right tends to show up after marriage. But the adventure of marriage is learning to love the person to whom you are married.... Love does not create a marriage; marriage teaches us what a costly adventure love is." He's deliberately made the point a little provocatively, but it is nonetheless true. Of course, for anyone who is married, it is true that you may not be married now to the person you

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