Why are we placing time limits on love?

Why are we placing time limits on love?

This is an issue that many of my friends and I encounter.

People say to us how we fall in love too quickly, that it takes six months to a year to love someone and that we cannot possibly have serious feelings.

Unfortunately, these people are wrong.

There is no time limit on love. Love is intangible.

I saw this one quote the other day that said “love is a verb”. So if love is a verb, why are we waiting around for it to happen as if it were an object to be attained? You either love someone or you don’t. That’s all there is to it.

There were some guys with whom I fell in love right away and others took a while but one should never negate how someone loves another. Love certainly grows and develops but it doesn’t just randomly appear five months into a relationship. It grows to a point where its intensity is so profound that you have no choice but to realize it. However, if someone wants to describe love from its initiation, LET THEM! It is still love.


The Modern Day Fairy Godmother


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