Goooooood question my friend! I thought I was in love at 15. Turns out it was a crush. Then I met my Yang and I KNEW I was in love when I was 17. Turns out it was lust. So then I thought I was in love at 22 when I married him. Turns out it was fantasy. Then I KNEW it had to be love when we stood by each other like Bonnie and Clyde when I was 30. Turns out it was deception fueled by a drug induced mind. Love didn't happen til we learned HOW to communicate 14 months by letters only. I was 32. Now we learn to love each other deeper every day. True love is saying I'm sorry or I was wrong. True love is forgiveness. True love is loving through diagnosis's, hardships and death of dreams. True love is loving through the bad times which only makes the good times that much sweeter. Therefore I believe true love comes with age. 🤗
The first time I fell in puppy love was kindergarten, I remember a little boy named Richard all I wanted to do was sit there and give him goo goo eyes, well that didn't last long especially after he told me I had cooties. :)
never been in love.
17 just knew it!! Naw not even close..
We were fourteen. After high school, we parted for nine years. Then we reunited and were married, had our daughter, and were happy together until he passed away thirteen years later.
I thought I was in love in my early 20s. And judging by the pain of the heartbreak, there was done measure of love. Just not "in love". I met my husband at 32 and told a coworker the next day, I thought he was "the one". We were engaged within 3 months. Married 13 months later. That was 22 years ago.
14 or 15.
I think that when we are in our teens, we often mistake
attraction or infatuation for love. We believe we are in love but it might not
be so (there are some exceptions though). It is only as we grow up that we
realise the depth of this feeling. Maybe mine was at 22 but we never know what
the future holds.
In love? Who? What?