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What do people really mean when they say "what's not to love"? Is there any context in particular to use this? It's a variation on the older phrase, "what's not to like". At least that's what the literal meaning is. The Phrase Finder provides some background:. The earliest example of 'what's not to like? So what's not to like?
The 'what's not to love? The speaker is asking the listener to list objections; usually, though, the statement is rhetorical. Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. The Phrase Finder provides some background: It even has a picture of the said ad. It's a way of saying "How can one not love Such as for instance: The confusion may arise from the elided "there".
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This is just something that personally triggers me. I want a loving, giving, sweet, and confident man. Hopefully they still exist. I know no one is perfect, but some people are more selfish than others. I would hope to find someone who tips the scale in the right direction. This goes two ways I know. We are all selfish on a certain level.
But a good person will try and give of their time, their money, their efforts, and energy to the people they care about. They will do their best. When someone loves you, they love all of you. They see where you are weak, and they understand. They may not like it, but they are patient with you. They trust in the better side of you and believe in who you are. When they are upset with you, they talk to you about it in a calm way.
They care more about the relationship than they do about being right. It just comes naturally. You make a choice. Let you down in a big way perhaps. You choose to be kind. You choose to be sweet to them. You may kiss them on the forehead and tell them good morning. Have breakfast with me. You put yourself aside. You give despite your hurt feelings.
It touches them, and then they will most likely feel like shit for being a brat to you and apologize and you both can go about your day loving each other. Selflessness is a precursor to love. You surprise them with little gifts that are unique to them or the two of you. They call it codependent when one person is doing all the giving.
There are so many relationships like that. So that person you are dating or in a relationship with. Do they really know you? Would they have to scratch their head if someone asked them why they love you? My brother fell for his now wife quickly, but I know other couples who it took them months, and others who broke up a few times and finally settled into love.
They could be afraid to be confronted with your inherit value and the responsibility of caring for your heart. Some people also self-sabotage things out of fear. Can you be mad at a pig for trampling on the pearls you tossed before him? Why is he stomping on them and getting them all muddy you ask?
They are living for the moment- for a feeling. When you do the work of loving someone, the sacrifice of giving of yourself, the good feelings naturally follow. If you reap the work, you will sow the reward.
It is sometimes that feeling right away, but not always. Feelings come and go. Wait for someone who gets you first, and then decide whether or not you feel the same. Unrequited love is painful. Wait to love someone who loves you back. Someone who can appreciate and understand all of you. This is easy stuff, guys. My boyfriend and I lived together at the time, but he was so oblivious that after a day and a half I dragged myself, zombie-like, to the drug store two blocks away and bought my own meds, and was so exhausted by the time I got back that I crashed on the couch for hours afterwards.
But damn , son. Just go re-read the first section, honestly. Mature love is based on healthy non-attachment. Get out of here with that grabby shit. The most interesting part was: I had come home from our first date feeling the same way.
It was presumptuous and off-putting and poor form. If you find this romantic, you really need to check your idea of personal agency and emotional boundaries. Maybe it has to do with actually knowing the other person as discerned by them, not you. Either way, all I know is that when it aligns in the right way, it feels really good.
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When you realize that your partner likes you, but might not be in love with you, it's not the greatest feeling in the world. But according to experts. Here are about a dozen ways to tell: Valleys. Don't talk to me about peaks. Don't talk to anybody about peaks — not your partner, not your BFF. The #ThatsNotLove campaign is a series of short and shareable digital content in five or your friends' relationships, don't hesitate to say, “That's Not Love!”.