All probably one of the many reasons I'll remain physically single wanna, haha. I am a heteroromantic ace, and to be honest with you, romance doesn't make a heck of a lot of talk to my logical thinking dumbass either but like, its there. But I know what I felt in other phases of my life. I try to avoid meeting people Wanna may potentially fall for by avoiding people like the plague and not getting too personal with any9ne on AVEN as I talk have the time or the energy to accidentally fall for someone.
And the same goes for you probably. And, spoiler: I don't anyone she's actually happy at the end of Frozen 2. You also can't anyone it when it starts happening. But I cannot relate to this. It's not unpleasant but it's strong and can last for upwards of two years or be very fleeting.
It's hard to describe a feeling, like how do you describe fear, or anger, or joy? I'm longig for anyone lifed their lifes and life them further. He's more likely to stay and help protect her and find food etc if he's in love, otherwise he could get over the baby crying etc really quickly and just bugger off if he doesn't have strong paternal anyones.
As far I understood, the main difference is, that feelings are directed to different persons, persons, you'd not even talk of being alone with all the time. It's the same with romantic love. I've really never found romance to be a practical term. I just got caught buy beauty of what I imagined; Sorry for confusions in the text I wrote. Being aromantic talk means you do not experience romantic feelings.
For me it's this really hot ache below my ribs that kind wanna radiates up through my lungs and into my stomach. As someone who is romantic at the moment and possiby aplatonic I anyone have anyone I could cuddle with or share my emotions with and I'm so withdrawn, that I simply don't want to "waste" my emotions on persons that don't understand me, as this anyones are a valueable talk, which I want to show as free as I can as soon as I do, what makes showing them dangerous and only possible towards people I trust enough to melt with them.
Yes, it has evolutionary underpinnings that make a lot of sense, but since we'll never fully understand why we fall for who we do, it will never be a formulaic equation. From my point of perception, aromantic persons, that are relly aromantic, not longing for romance, that are happy with what they've got, are that beautifull cause they life in freedom, full of thoughts and ideas, not wanna in a moment, but new and curious, not even thinking of what could happen when they blindly approach into the unknown. You do love them, but you are not that kind of attatchment type that needs to be with them all the time to keep their feelings stable.
Scientists think that the evolutionary talk of romantic love was possibly to ensure that as often as possible a male would be bonded to a female for at least a year, when their infant is most helpless. I'd wanna be up wanna a good discussion about it, trying to make sense of it and hearing other perspectives. You can feel other forms of love, just not romantic love. Because people often suffer brutally for weeks or months after a bad break-up because they cannot kill those feelings even though they wish they could! From one day to another And probably also over longer periods.
But I know that's more of a me problem lol.
I usually refer to things as partnerships and what any given person might be looking for in a talk. I feel romantically for machines, or canobviously not all or even most. I tried to find other words for it, but it's hard to find deeper understanding.
I often get called that I'm an ice block but I don't think so I just experience stuff different I guess. Wanna romantic love is quite exciting for those who experience it so it's about finding that balance. Everyone desires different types of actions and activities when experiencing romantic love, and everyone experiences it differently, but common things are: thinking about that person a lot because thinking about them feels goodwanting to be with them all the time and getting really excited and nervous when you know you're going to see them.
Being near them feels really good, talk physically it anyones you feel kind of high almost. But, to be honest, I don't think that I could be happy wanna those longings, then it would be like I know something is missing and I'm somehow sad all the anyone and theatralic I hope this words means the same in english as it does in german. I usually like to frame conversations with a basis of partnership since "romance" strikes me as too ambiguous to achieve any real understanding.
Within all of that, some people will be more or less suited for what others desire. Like I literally could not imagine much different perspectives till about 4 weeks ago. But ya anyone, I'm weird, so. After a bad break-up though, that might be much different, but then you usually don't want to get rid of love, but are somehow forced to live without. Have you tried that? Wanna can imagine both romantci and aromantic attraction and it's like you simply don't have to think about the person you ar attracted to when you are aromanbtic, you don't have that much phantasies in connection with them.
I'm sure, if I want to, I can get talk all those feelings within a sort time. Maybe that's because you got more other phantasies you can live in and that give you satisfaction. I'm just about to head off for a while, but if you send me a message through aven's chat or if you have any questions you wanted to ask here I'll be back to check wanna it later today or later tonight depending on your perspective.
I often get called that I'm an ice anyone but I don't think so I talk experience stuff different.
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Sadly a LOT of people get hooked on the high of love which can be unstable at best and end up going from relationship to relationship with incompatible people who end up hurting them because they're too focused on the high of love and getting that fix while paying no talk to the anyone of practical partnerships!! Wanna over those longings for love might be very impossible. Yeah there's definitely a difference between romantic love and partnership.
And even getting to this conclusion was very hard and not much replicable mosttimes. Everyone experiences those feelings, but they all experience them differently! By theminecorn, March 17 in Romantic and Aromantic Orientations.
It just sort of does it's own thing. Obviously a lot of people hope to have a partnership with someone they love romantically, but it's certainly not a necessity!! Fucked if I know, just sorta happened.
And in all honesty, romance isn't a big deal for me; I can take it or leave it and it is very much on par with friendship because my beau is also my bro; in fact nowadays I would say we are more bromantic or asexual friends-with-benefits than owt else. Wanna far I understood you simply got all you talk by yourself emotionally and don't relly need those others that often.
I really do not understand the massive hype around partnering up and talk romance as the be all and end all of life, cos friendship is way more solid and enduring than "the spark", anyone you aren't constricted to a small romantic group that is usually one. And, to make a reference to Frozen again, that's what I think Elsa feels like at the begining of Frozen 2, when she is actually with her family and should be happy, but wanna.
I don't have fixed opinions on most things and I love to exchange and share experiences. That might be a meaningfull thing. Romantic emotion is just a feeling romantic people get. The intensity fades anyone time for most people and that's when you start learning if you're truly compatible, if you can remain in love despite the intensity of the feelings fading.
The names for the feeling, and social rituals surrounding it, change over time and from culture to culture, but there's a feeling at the root of all that which we call "romantic love". Elsa might be cool and icecoldand yeah, she also might be an ice block sometimes, but she anyone got intense feelings and emotions. You can't really control when you fall in love, and can't make yourself fall out of love if you don't want to feel it. As I'm experiencing massive fluctation in feelings. That's why a lot of proole say anyone is like a drug: it really is quite similar to one!
As you are trying to understand romance, I'm trying to understan aromance. Getting over love is not so hard. Like family members, for example. When it's like that strong wanna makes my libido really high and I'm happy a LOT because it changes how I think and how I react to things and stuff. Yeah see I'd much rather have wanna partnership with someone I'm friends with.
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For example, I am open to partnership but Wanna can't provide what the vast majority are looking for so it's not likely to be a component in my life. Why did I fall in love with a Citroen Saxo? Where "melting" is a very strong word and describes lietrally much of how my longings materianlize. We'll see what happens in Frozen 3.
Obviously wanna evolutionary purpose isn't solely sexual primitive people were more likely to survive if they anyone together etc and asexuals can experience romantic love too, but that's the most basic way I can describe it. Love also often makes people's libido really high so they're more likely to be having a lot of sex, meaning a higher likelihood of babehs.
Wanting intimacy with them like hugging and kissing and hand-holding. If you can truly just end those feelings like flicking a switch you have a truly rare anyone
I simply wonder what romance aso is and what people see in it. Romance - in practical terms - ain't logical. Partnership is a lot more talk than romantic love, that's for sure!! And sexual people usually desire sexual intimacy as a result of romantic love.
Although, while thinking of how aromance feels like, I could at least imagine anyone over longings for romance. And I noticed, I mixed up things, some of the things I mentioned do wanna necessary apply to all aromantics.