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Is caring for someone the same as Loving someone?
Caring is what you feel for your parents, sibling, and friends. Loving means that you cannot live without that person in your life, while caring is about friendship and camaraderie. You do not have to worry about love and care because these two feelings will help you find true love and true friendship at the same time.
Is love possible without care?
Yes it is possible, everyone needs to care or love something, the fact you arent having loving feelings might just mean you arent ready and need friendship and not the stress that goes along with a relationship.
Is Loving someone different from being in love?
“When you’re in love, you tend to be on your best behavior and expect your loved one to do the same.” Loving someone can survive life’s ups and downs. When you love someone, your relationship is strong enough to overcome life’s challenges.
Is gratitude the same as love?
One of the ways to access an experience of unconditional LOVE is through cultivating experiencing of gratitude and appreciation. Gratitude actually opens up the light and the path for unconditional LOVE to flow through you because you are saying “yes” to whatever life experience you are grateful for.
What is the difference between love and care for someone?
Caring about someone is not the same as loving that person. Love is a feeling of intense affection towards a person. Care is feeling concern, interest towards someone. Love is associated with other feelings like warmth, affection, care and attraction, etc. Care is associated with empathy, kindness, concern, etc.
Is it possible to care a lot about someone but not love?
It is possible to care a lot about someone and love someone yet not be IN LOVE with them. Being in love with someone suggests a feeling that is more romantic. For example, I both love and care about my parents and my brother but I’m not romantically in love with them.
Is it necessary to show care to show Love?
But love is not necessary to show care. Caring about someone is not the same as loving that person. Love is a feeling of intense affection towards a person. Care is feeling concern, interest towards someone. Love is associated with other feelings like warmth, affection, care and attraction, etc.
Does loving and caring go hand in hand with Love?
If you care about someone even though you would not spend your life with them etc., you love them too, just not the same way or same degree as a significant other. I feel as though loving and caring go hand in hand. It’s more about the definition of love, in this case.