The Last Truth About Love

MASLOW GOT IT RIGHT

Played It Safe By Sandwiching ‘Love’ — Intimate Relationships In The Middle Of His 5-Tier Hierarchy Of Needs … 

I Might Argue To Myself Love Deserves To Be Bumped Up The Pyramid To The Next Level.  Relegate Esteem Needs Feeling Of Accomplishment Down A Notch.  Or, Is It The Other Way Around?

“Do We Ever Fall Out Of True Love?”

Meh-Be.  I’d Say, I’m Perfectly Incapable Of Unloving … If I’m Stretching The Truth.  I Tried — I Failed — Miserably To Magnificently.  I Wish I Wasn’t So Dramatically Inept At Uncoupling Love.  Heart, You Shameless Bastard … We Should Talk More.

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16 thoughts on “The Last Truth About Love

  1. Letitgocoach

    I’ve not been able to unlove. The men of my past were loved, and I still love them on some level. That’s not to say we need to be together, but I will probably always love them. (Que Whitney Houston)

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  2. theholodoc

    I doubt that their is a “Truth about Love” that applies to us all. We all are unique, and therefore, love uniquely. A relationship happens when the two (or more, polyamory accepted) ways, have enough confluence to allow intimacy. Thanks, Dr. Bob

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