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How not to fall in love
Know the facts,
Love doesnít exist.
Love is no more than an idea that people want to believe in and fool themselves into falling ďin love.Ē
And when people put them into this false reality of loving, knowing that itís not going to last.
Isolate yourself from the person.
Donít spend time with them.
Donít talk to them.
Pretend they donít exist.
Donít think about them.
Donít listen to this fake, media propaganda with their love songs and love movies.

The most important thing to do is,

Donít believe in love.

But when you know the facts.
You can recite the anatomy of emotions as second nature.
And when you canít isolate yourself from the person,
When being apart hurts a lot.
When all you can think about is the next time you can talk to them.
When theyíre the only thing that exists in your life.
When every neuron that fires and every thought that passes your conscious and subconscious relates back to them.
When you see yourself in every love story and every love song.
When you donít believe in love but feel a strong emotion that you canít do anything about.

When this is the case,
You have failed, and you fell in love.

And like me, you will be disappointed. Disappointed doesnít even explain the emotions and hurt that will be faced.

But for what itís worth,

I love you.

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The following comments are for "How not to fall in love "
by MaleOrderedNurse

Getting Marred For Love???
all of my ancestors arranged marriage. It was the thing to do, and among the aristocrats even today, marriage is arranged. That Prince in England Harry is in a hurry I think, he wants to be in love and get marred as quick as he can, seems I recall another Prince hooking up with a girl named Diana, that did not go over too well, but most of them who get their marriages arranged turn out to be successful marriages. Henry VIII fell in love a lot, I guess, but, Love??? Balderdash!!!

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: July 3, 2010 )

Hhhrrruummmpphhhh.....and balderdash !!
Oh Veeb my poor deluded seems you've not been shot by that elusive arrow as yet!

As far as arranged marriages being successful...and no such thing as love in the mix...they occurred mostly at a time when women had nothing or little to say about their choices...their greedy father's virtually SOLD them into loveless marriages. Some of these hapless females were children from the age of 14 and up!!! The women had no choice but to lean on and obey their husbands...for they had nowhere else to go!!! My own grandmother was only 12 in Italy when her family betrothed her to the Mayor's son...they actually married when she was 15!!!! He was much older than she. They emigrated to the United States four years later, and I never remember her speaking a kind word about him...he was a tryant!!! Needless to say...7 of her 8 children (one died in infancy) all married for love and later in life than their peers.

As for love...I love my husband today as much...if not more than they day he died 21 years ago.

Soo much for your Hhhrrruummmpphhhh.....and balderdash theory!!

But I haven't given up on you...some kind woman will take pity on you yet!!


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: July 3, 2010 )

Love Is In The Air!
Hi've contridicted yourself..."love doesn't the way I love you1"

Twas ever thus among men. They are so use to calling all the shots and being "in charge"...that they refuse to succumb to cupid's call! "REAL" men don't fall under women's spell, they tell themselves as they flit from one female to another like a honey bee to spread the wealth among the flowers in the field..(Thus the axiom "playing the field!")

So you've been smitten against your will...relax're in for the ride of your may even enjoy it!!!


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: July 3, 2010 )

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