When We Love But Can't Love Because Of Fear.
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Fear is a big part of our human nature. Humans have been afraid of the dark, of heights, and even driving for many years. But what happens when we are afraid to love? That’s a question that I've been asking myself recently because I found myself unable to love someone because of fear.
When we love someone, and they love us, it is a beautiful thing. When we love someone, and they love us, it is a beautiful thing. But when we love someone, and they don't love us back, that hurts.
The fear of rejection can be so great that it paralyzes us from expressing our true feelings for the one we care about most. There are many reasons why this happens: fear of being rejected or feeling rejected, fear of seeming needy or needy, fear of being vulnerable or weak, fear of being seen as less than perfect. The list goes on and on.
There's no point in trying to change your feelings if you don't want them to change; instead, focus on what you can do to get yourself over these fears. Be honest with yourself about your fears and how much they're holding you back from showing your true self to the person you care about most — then try to identify at least one thing you can do every day that helps push through those fears.
You want everything to be perfect, but it never is. You want things to go your way, but they don't always do so. Likewise, you want people to like you and support you through thick and thin, but sometimes they don't understand why you do what you do or how hard it is for them to accept all of this about themselves as well as others around them who seem perfectly fine in comparison with their own imperfections (you).
And yet, somehow there must be a way out of this cycle of pain and sadness because every day there are people who choose to love despite all these things that cause them pain, despite all these things that make them feel unworthy or unloved or unworthy of love (you).
Takeaway: has a fear, a fear that they can't live with or that they don't want anyone to know about it. I mean, in my case, it is when I am sharing my feelings and talking about myself. But I know there are things that you need to keep for yourself. Sometimes you just want to talk about it, but you are afraid because the person will reject you. You are afraid of what other people might think of you if they learn about it. So there is nothing wrong with not telling everything. What really matters is having someone who would be able to accept you for who you really are — not just for your flaws but also for your strengths, not just for your bad habits and imperfections but also for your good habits and strengths. That person who will love you even though you are far from perfect; that person who would be willing to overlook your shortcomings and instead focus on your strengths and assets....
If you want to know if you love GOD, then stop loving yourself, your desires, and your ambitions. When you stop loving all that, then believe me, the love of GOD will enter in and fill your heart.