4 Jan 2015

The Case For Choosing Love Vs Falling in Love

First comes love, and then comes marriage. Then, well you know the rest of the song.

Since we were kids the idea of getting married because you’ve falling in love has been beaten into our brains. We’ve romanticized that moment when we fall in love, the feeling of butterflies in our stomach, and how love would then concur all.

All you need is love?

It would be great if it were that simple, but realistically speaking that initial stage of falling in love fades, and if you marry for love, you may divorce for a lack of it.

We all know that person who stayed in the wrong relationship because they loved the person. In their case, love should not have been enough.

Don’t get me wrong, love is important, and falling in love is one of the best feelings in the world, but what if you could choose to love someone instead of just falling for someone?

When researching happy and long lasting marriages, the feeling of love is rarely cited as a reason for why the marriage is successful. It is your commitment to loving acts, communication and admiration that builds a strong union.

You can choose to love someone every single day by showing up and by taking action that brings truth to those words. Your commitment to that declaration is what will make your relationship last. When choosing love, choose to share your life with the person you are most compatible with and who is as committed to your shared declaration of love as as you are.

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