Loving deeply is how much love we put into that action. The secret of a happy marriage is finding the right person. It's important to be patient. But what's more important is You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.
Unconditional love really exists in each of us. It is part of our deep inner being. It's love for no reason, love without an object. To love means loving the unlovable. To forgive means pardoning the unpardonable. Faith means believing the unbelievable. Hope means hoping when everything seems hopeless.
People who love deeply know their own fears; their own demons. They are self-aware. They also have insecurities. And they have empathy. These people understand that there is no such thing as perfection. That we all have flaws and fears. We all have baggage. These are the people who have the capacity to love deeply. They can love you deeply because they know you deeply. It's pretty rare. I know because I am.
People like me are highly sensitive to physical and emotional stimuli. Meaning, emphatic, intuitive and attuned. This makes them exceptional friends, partners and parents. However, loving deeply can also be a source of overwhelm.
Loving too much is wonderful; as if my whole being expands into unprecedented realms.However, emotions are harmful when they are excessive. Although it is difficult to define what constitutes excessiveness in love, characterizing love as "too much" implies that some damage has been done-either to the lover or the beloved.
It is possible to criticize someone's intense love on the grounds that such intensity prevents him from seeing his partner's faults or from recognizing that he could choose another partner who might make him happier and more satisfied in the longer run.
Needless to say, love should not be a mechanical calculation of what we give and get, but where there is a profound lack of reciprocity, it is natural to feel one is loving too much. Loving too much may also hurt the beloved.
At the very core of connection is ones ability to empathize. Good marriages and healthy families are all about connection. If a person is missing a solid sense of who they are they tend not to develop a real sense of self-awareness and may feel they are either all bad or all good. Many things can disrupt this bonding process.
Loving someone deeply requires taking the time to truly know them. However, why are there many broken marriages? Could it be that we hurry through love, rush relationships, and race through life in general because we are all too wounded to be willing to take the risk of loving someone deeply?
Loving too much is not good especially when you reach to the point of giving up everything for the sake of love. It is no longer healthy. So, BEWARE!