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“…the opposite of love is not hate — it’s apathy. It’s not giving a damn. If somebody hates me, they must “feel” something … or they couldn’t possibly hate. Therefore, there’s some way in which I can get to them.”
Leo F. Buscaglia

“No matter how close we are to another person, few human relationships are as free from strife, disagreement, and frustration as is the relationship you have with a good dog. Few human beings give of themselves to another as a dog gives of itself. I also suspect that we cherish dogs because their unblemished souls make us wish – consciously or unconsciously – that we were as innocent as they are, and make us yearn for a place where innocence is universal and where the meanness, the betrayals, and the cruelties of this world are unknown.”
Dean Koontz,

“This love of which I speak is slow to lose patience – it looks for a way of being constructive.
Elisabeth Elliot,

“If a man can possess a woman sexually -really possess- he won’t need to control her ideas, her opinions, her clothes, her friends, even her other lovers.”
Toni Bentley

“I don’t understand dating.. and the other things that people do.. all I know is that you ought to find the one you recognize. The one who gives you four arms, four legs, four eyes, and has the other half of your heart. There’s only one of those, so what are all the other things for? Like dating?”
C. JoyBell C.

“Caring about someone isn’t complicated. It isn’t easy. But it isn’t complicated, either. Kinda like lifting the engine block out of a car.”
Jim Butcher,

“But in the real world, you couldnt really just split a family down the middle, mom on one side, dad the other, with the child equally divided between. It was like when you ripped a piece of paper into two: no matter how you tried, the seams never fit exactly right again. It was what you couldn’t see, those tiniest of pieces, that were lost in the severing, and their absence kept everything from being complete.”
Sarah Dessen,

“I hope we’ll be friends forever, together we’ll always be. I don’t think you understand just how much you mean to me. And one day when we part our ways, we’ll think back to the past and think about how happy we are ’cause our friendship will always last.”
Bridget Davis

“Death is the easy part, the hard part is living and knowing you could be so much more then you’re willing to be.”
robert m drake

“Your absence has not taught me to be alone, it merely has shown that when together we cast a single shadow on the wall.”
Doug Fetherling

“When forever becomes a place…when forever ceases to be just a word… when it ceases to be just a measurement of time…but instead becomes a place where soul mates can dance to the song in their hearts… that is a reflection of true love.”
Steve Maraboli,

“Often men who have been emotionally neglected and abused as children by dominating mothers bond with assertive women, only to have their childhood feelings of being engulfed surface. While they could not ‘smash their mommy’ and still receive love, they find that they can engage in intimate violence with partners who respond to their acting out by trying harder to connect with them emotionally, hoping that the love offered in the present will heal the wounds of the past. If only one party in the relationship is working to create love, to create the space of emotional connection, the dominator model remains in place and the relationship just becomes a site for continuous power struggle.”
bell hooks

“Falling in love in a Christian way is to say,’I am excited about your future and I want to be part of getting you there. I’m signing up for the journey with you. Would you sign up for the journey to my true self with me? It’s going to be hard but I want to get there.”
Timothy Keller

“Husbands are chiefly good as lovers when they are betraying their wives.”
Marilyn Monroe

“We met each other when we were young, before we knew enough about disappointment, and once we did we found we reminded each other of it.”
Nicole Krauss,

“..he may love you, he may miss you, but ultimately he’s just not that into you.”
Greg Behrendt,

“I didn’t know someone could love me like this,” she said. “Could love me and love me and love me without…needing space.”
Rainbow Rowell,

“But whenever I meet dynamic, nonretarded Americans, I notice that they all seem to share a single unifying characteristic: the inability to experience the kind of mind-blowing, transcendent romantic relationship they perceive to be a normal part of living. And someone needs to take the fall for this. So instead of blaming no one for this (which is kind of cowardly) or blaming everyone (which is kind of meaningless), I’m going to blame John Cusack.”
Chuck Klosterman,

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    When they introduce you to their friends or family, do you ever feel like they are treating you as a TROPHY?

    • Yes, they like to show me off as their significant other (I could be anyone), and I feel quite used
    • No, they show me off because they think I’m amazing and they love me
  • Question of

    The fact that you took this quiz indicates a certain amount of worry about your relationship. Honestly, do you think that your boyfriend/girlfriend is insincere, a player, or is unfaithful in some way?

    • No, they actually are sincere, and I am so lucky they love and respect me the way they do
    • Yes, I suspect they are not the perfect boyfriend/girlfriend I thought they were
  • Question of

    Have they initiated everything (first kiss, first ‘I love you,’ first sexual experience)?

    • No, not everything – it’s either half-and-half, or I am the initiator
    • Yes, most everything, sometimes before I’m quite ready
  • Question of

    Have they ever made you choose between them and a good friend, whether directly or indirectly?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Have you ever caught them or heard about them looking at, flirting with, or doing even more with someone else?

    • Yes – more than once, or once in a serious way
    • No, never; or once, but it wasn’t serious, and they sincerely apologized
  • Question of

    Do they seem truly concerned when you are upset?

    • No – they either don’t care, or say they do, but are insincere
    • Yes – they truly care, and I can rely on them to make me feel better
  • Question of

    Do they guilt-trip you into anything, like make you feel bad for them, and cry and rant so they can walk all over you? If they are having a rough time, of course, as their partner, you should listen to and support them. But if it is excessive, they are using you as a crutch, or they use their difficulties to make you do things, then it’s very unhealthy.

    • No – they would never do that. They might have a hard life, but it doesn’t get in the way of our relationship
    • Yes. Sometimes I feel so guilty or bad for them that I can’t stand up for myself at all
  • Question of

    Have they ever physically or emotionally abused you?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Have they ever pressured you for sex?

    • No
    • Yes
  • Question of

    Think about this really hard. When they are looking at you and smiling at you, are they smiling with their whole face, including their eyes, or just with their mouth?

    • Just with their mouth
    • Their entire face lights up when they see me. Their smile is the essence of love
  • Question of

    Have you ever felt neglected by them?

    • No
    • Yes
  • Question of

    Have they ever, randomly and out of the blue, bought expensive jewelry or other gifts for you that could be interpreted as being APOLOGY or GUILT gifts?

    • Yes – how odd!
    • No, I don’t think so
  • Question of

    Have they ever threatened to break up with you if you didn’t do what they wanted?

    • Yes, on more than one occasion. They’re manipulative
    • No, never. Or, we have almost broken up, but because of legitimate problems we have since resolved
  • Question of

    Have they ever tried to rationalize unfaithful behavior?

    • Yes – they often say things like, ‘But I’m just looking!’ or ‘But I’ll never do it again,’ or, ‘You can’t expect me to get over my ex so quickly’
    • No, never. We have set boundaries, and we both follow them
  • Question of

    Do they talk too much about their past relationships, which makes you feel as if you are either insignificant, or are expected to fix them?

    • No, they are in the present, and are focused wholly on me
    • Yes, it’s almost as if the present is overshadowed by the past

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