5 Myths About True Love

5 Things You Probably Believe About Love… But Shouldn’t

If you are lucky enough to experience true love in your lifetime, hold onto it and keep it sacred. If you have not experienced it yet, you may be wondering what is considered genuine true love. As we grow up, fairy tales, our friends, movies and so many other outside factors contribute to our beliefs about true love and some of these love lessons are entirely untrue.

It is very important to know what real love is and what a loving, respectful couple looks like. Let’s take a look at some of the most common myths about true love.

Myth #1: If You Love Me, You Will ________

Fill in the blank with what you have heard before. If your partner ever says this statement, be wary. This is a death trap where relationships are concerned, and it doesn’t represent “true love” in any shape or form. It is manipulative and makes the relationship conditional. “If you do this, I will love you.” “If you love me, you will make changes for me.” “If you love me, you’ll buy me pearls.” While it is positive to work on your relationship and great if both of you want to work on yourselves and improve, it is never a loving act to put your love on the fence or withhold your love until your partner has proven something to you.

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Myth #2: My Partner Will Change

When people believe they have fallen in love, they automatically have a new sense of hope and believe that any problems that exists in the relationship will start to fade away. This is a myth. One partner doesn’t have complete control over the other and just because you say “I love you” does not mean all problems will simply disappear or improve. While love can be a saving grace in many factors, it may not be the answer to verbal or physical abuse, long-term addictions and infidelity.

Myth #3: Love is Enough in the Relationship

Of course love is the number-one component of the relationship, but along with love there are many other important features of a relationship that make it work. For love to be true, couples need to include respect, common values, friendship, communication and teamwork in their relationship among many other attributes. You may genuinely love your partner, but if they are not holding up their half of the responsibilities within your relationship, it may not last.

Myth #4: Once You are Committed You Have Done Your Part

As mentioned above, there is so much more to a relationship than professing your commitment and love to someone. There is the follow through that is most important to the future of the relationship. Many couples believe that once they state that they are a “couple” or say their “I do’s” that it’s complete. What about all the actions of love after that? Relationships do not just come to a halt. They need to be constantly nurtured so that they can grow and become even deeper than before. Being supportive, actively showing how much you care, making an effort and expressing your love are only a few of the actions that are needed for true love to bloom.

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Myth #5: There Will Always be Time for Romance and Us

This is a myth that many people tend to believe about true love. They believe that once you fall in love, the world and all of its dilemmas will gently fade away. While the worries and stress of the outside world do take their place in the background, they are never gone. When couples fall in love, they still have jobs to uphold, family responsibilities, children to raise and other responsibilities. Making time for you and your partner won’t always be easy, and romance might take a seat on the back burner for quite a while.

As long as you know the reality of these myths about true love, you will be able to take off your rose-colored glasses and see the truth about genuine love. Take time to get to know your new love interest, become best friends with your partner, do activities together and never stop working together as a team.

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4 thoughts on “5 Myths About True Love

  1. SBJ

    Great advice. It feels like we have waited hundreds of lifetimes to get here… Its true what they say… when its right, you’ll know.

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  2. Lindsey H.

    I’m definitely learning the myths of love since recently coming out of my first real “in love” relationship. All of these facts you’ve listed are so true. It’s so frustrating and blinding to come from the perspective of fairy tale love to coming into adulthood. Relationships are so much more about the gray matter than the black and white love you grow up believing in. Why have we been taught love is one way when it really is another?

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  3. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Very good advice, Natasha!!!

    So nice to read articles that are grounded in reality.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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