Saturday, May 19, 2018

How To Tell Whether It Is Love Or Mere Attraction
Are you looking for true love for marriage? Are you dating for marriage? If so, then you are at a delicate point in your life. This is a critical point in your love life as it determines whether you will be happy in your marriage or not. Your happiness depends on your ability to differentiate between true love and mere attraction. Now I know you are asking yourself the difference between true love and mere attraction. Read on to find out the difference.

Attraction is about sight. Do you like what you see? If so, then we can say it is attractive to you. If you like the looks of the girl you are dating, chances are, you are simply attracted to her. The question is, should you make your moves based on the looks? We will answer this question shortly. In the Mean time, let's explain love.

Unlike attraction, love goes beyond physical beauty. It seeks to know the inside as well. If you are dating a woman for true love, you will seek to her her inside out. In this case, physical attraction is not very vital. Usually, physical attraction leads to infatuation, thus, superficial attraction to outward qualities. However, love is based on well rounded knowledge of both the weaknesses and strengths of the person you are interested in. In love, you will know obvious weaknesses of a person, but just decide to disregard the weaknesses and love them the way they are.

Why This Knowledge Is Important For You

Now that you know the difference between love and attraction, what will you do with it? Most importantly, it will examine yourself and know whether you are in love or you are simply attracted to her. It will also help you tell whether she is in love with you or she is simply attracted to you. If she some of your obvious weaknesses are not too big a bother for her, she is in love with you, and vise versa. If both of you are not so much bothered by each others glaring weaknesses, you are in love. And this is a good sign that you will be happy in your relationship and marriage.

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