Love quotes

kung isang araw magcing ka at maisip mong nag-iisa ka’t wlang kasama.. m2log ka ulit.. bka naiwan lang ako sa panaginip mo dhil hangga’t nand2 ako hindi k mag-iisa! pangako yan..

mhirap mwalan ng kaibigan, ng kabarkada, ng kasama, ng 2lad mo.. mahirap: pag kw nwla. mas mahirap: kw hanapin. pnkmahirap: kw palitan! at NEVER ko un gagawin..

bukas.. bka makalimot n tau pwedeng magkanyakanya.. na maaaring yun n ang katapusan kya bago pa mangyari ang lhat ng un gus2 kong sbhin.. salamat.. binuo mo ang buhay ko..

pag may “ikaw” my “ako”. di aalis c “ako” kc mahal nya c “ikaw”. pag wala n c “ikaw” la na rin c “ako”.. bakit? kc c “ikaw” ang buhay ni “ako”.. ingat c “ikaw” dhil nag-aalala c “ako”..

Minsan tinanong kita, “bakit mo sya mahal? ” sabi mo sa kin,” kse matagal na napagsamahan namin”, nainis ako kse manhid ka, di m0 man lang naisip na kung gaano kayo katagal, mas matagal kitang hinintay

Pag iniwan ba kita… Iiyak ka ba? Malulungkot? Masasaktan? Magdaramdam? Cguro ako hindi… Cguradong hindi… Kita iiwan

Even if someone already owns your heart, i dont give a damn! Though the pain is killing me, i wont care at all! I wont steal you from her but ill tell her… “mahalin mo siya para sa akin ha…”

kahit gaano ko kalakas isigaw sa buong mundo kung gaano pa rin kita kamahal, hindi mo ito maririnig dahil iba na mundo mo

dati ang saya saya natin dati di matapos yung mga kwentuhan dati sobrang dami nating alam sa isa’t-isa pero dati lng pala yon!!!! ngayon……. iba na ang lahat……..

u sed u luv me, u care and ul always b der bt wen i was abt 2 say iluvu2, u smyld and sed “practice lang, di ko kazi masabi sa kanya eh..”

Sabi nila… find a true person, yung tanggap ka? yung di ka iiwan in times of trouble.. yung the best?! Natawa ako… kse sa isip ko.. Bakit pa? Eh… nandyan ka na!

Minsan, hirap din pala magpahalaga sa isang tao.. yun tipong lagi ka andyan para sa kanya, kasama sa gitna ng gyera, karamay sa problema.. Tapos 1 araw, magigising ka na lang…iniwan ka rin pala!!!

Minsan ang daling sabihing mahal mo sya pero ang totoo, mas mahal mo yung isa! pero bakit mo pinipilit na mahalin yung isa? Simple lang! Syempre,
para makalimutan mo yung mahal mong talaga! Tama ba?

Aalis ako kasi may iba kang gusto.. .Aalis ako kasi alam kong mahal mo cya at mahal ka rin nya.. .Aalis na lang ako ha? Kasi sa tingin ko,masaya ka na…
Pero babalik din ako…Pag iniwan ka nya

Der are times in my life that i just want 2 give up & let lose, but have you ever thought why I’m still here fighting against depression..? Kse andyan ka e… Wag mo ko iiwan ha..! Bibigay ako

Sabi mo andyan ka lang..Pero bakit wala ka? Sabi mo di mo ko iiwan..Pero asan ka? Sabi mo mahal mo ko..Pero bakit d ko maramdaman? Yun pala sinabi mo lang lahat yun.. .Para d ako masaktan

Pag sobrang lapit mo sa isang kaibigan, matutunan mo syang mahalin noh?
Kaya wag kang lalapit sa akin ha? At baka mahalin kita… tapos yun pala para sayo “friend” mo lang ako…

noon sabi mo, hindi kita iiwan. Magkasama tayo kahit na anong laban…
ipagtatangol, poprotektahan… naniwala namana ko… nasiyahan… yun pala hindi na natin kailangan ng laban…. Dumating lang siya… alam ko na kung sinong talunan

Natatandaan mo dati…umiiyak ako… Sabi mo “tama na! nandito lang ako…”
tapos ngayon umiiyak pa rin ako..pero ang sinabi mo.. .”tama na,makakalimutan mo rin ako..”

I’ve always thought that i have 2 fight 4 what i really feel, I’ve fought & got hurt, still i tried 2 give it a chance.. But now i don’t know if i still believe in that kse tao lang ako… Napapagod din!!

Alam ko hindi mo sinabi na maghintay ako.. In fact, u even told me 2 forget u.. I promise, I’m trying but i really can’t… Di ko alam kung bakit ako ganito..
Nagpapakat**** at nagpapakag*g*ng maghintay at magmahal sa isang taong nde ako kayang mahalin…

Alam ko kung pano umiyak, kse pinaiyak mo na ako, alam ko kung pano masaktan, kse nasaktan mo na ako. pero alam mo kung ano ang hindi ko alam? Ang magmahal ng iba at iwan ka.

Kala ko nun tapos na… kala ko nakalimutan na kita, di ko inaasahang aabot sa ganito… nababaliw na ko sa pagmamahal sayo! ito lang tanong ko,ako kaya…mahal mo?!

Ilang beses ko na sinabi sa sarili ko na hinding-hindi na kita mamahalin,
ngunit tuwing nakikita kita laging sinasabi ng puso ko “hanggang ngayon mahal pa din kta. Di yun magbabago!”

mas mahirap ang umasa na isang araw mamahalin ka rin ng mahal mo dahil sa bawat pagkakataon na nalalaman mong may mahal syang iba at hindi ikaw.
di ba sagad hanggang buto ang sakit?

Napangiti ka na ba niya dahil andyan sya? Nabuo na ba araw mo? Pakiramdam mo ba sya na? Nagpapasalamat ka ba dahil nakilala mo sya?
Siguro “oo” sagot mo…E pano yan.. Mahal ka ba niya?

If you were beside me, i’d stare at you, look deep into your eyes while holding you very tight… And as i look at your face, i’d close my eyes and pray…
I’ wish to god…God… Sana habambuhay akin lang sya…”

Nasaktan ka ba ng malaman mong may mahal na kong iba?… Pasensya na ha..ayoko na kasing umasa… pagod na rin kong maghintay… pero makakatulong ba kung sabihin kong… handa ko siyang iwan para sa yo….

Iiwan mo ko? Sayang!… mahal pa naman kita… sakin ah! Pero sabagay bat nga naman ako masasaktan? E kahit kelan naman,di ka naging akin!

Sabi mo gusto mo ko, sabi mo konting panahon na lang magkakasama na tayo, sabi mo iiwan mo na sya…sabi mo intayin kita, sabi mo mas mahal mo ako, bakit ngayon asan ka na? Bakit kapiling ka pa rin nya.

Love quotes

A girl love this boy. but the boy didn’t mind. One day the girl got sick
and was about to die. Then the boy asked, Why are you leaving me?
then the girl answered, so I can be your angel and love you forever

Would you be my angel, to have and to hold?
Would you be my rose, to cherish more than gold?
I love you so much. I wish you were mine, but all I can do is wait till that time.

People only realize what they had after they lose it, so hold onto what you have and never let it go.

As you look back upon your life, you find the times when you have most lived, are the times when you have lived for love

I wanted everything to stay the same but feelings fade and people change
I’m living every moment like its my last No longer letting my future be based on my past

Love is as much of an object as an obsession, everybody wants it, everybody seeks it, but few ever achieve it, those who do will cherish it, be lost in it, and among all, never… never forget it.

I would give up everything for one moment with you; for one moment is better than a lifetime of not knowing you

Love is not measured by how you feel, but how you make the other person feel.

You don’t marry someone you can live with. – you marry the person who you cannot live without.


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As I move forward and excited about the baby, there are still some anxieties that I cannot remove from my head. Anxieties that I just all within myself.

It’s hard to pretend it’s not happening, but why not, it is happening to me. It’s here, a reality I cannot ignore. Does it always have to include pains in every joy a person will have? Or can it just be plain happiness with no consequences involved? I have tried to live a fair life, a life wherein other people’s need is more important than my needs. I have neglected my needs for a long time and it’s not good.

Now the happiness I am longing for is within my reach or shall I say it’s in my hand but why can’t I be happy without feeling this pain inside me. I try to tell myself, it’s all in my head but it is not. No matter what I do, it’s there, right in front of my face.

How can I be truly happy? Is it something that’s so hard to achieve? Something I don’t deserve?

Why I cant have the whole pie, but instead just have a slice of it and share the entire pie with others?

Why? Am I that bad? Do I deserve this? I know a lot of people will just tell me, then walk away… But how can you walk away from the only happiness you ever have in your entire life? I wish it could be that easy… I wish it’s as easy as saying, “Leave if you can’t take it anymore”… But it’s not the solution to problem. It’s just an immediate solution but not a lifetime one. Once it’s there, the effect could be far worse than holding on.

Now what am I suppose to do, I’m lost and confused..

My Wishlist

Oh well I know it’s kinda late now for my this year’s wishlist. However I would like to share it you. Too bad the idea just came to my head just last night while lying on my bed.

As you know, I will be losing my job on May 15 because of redundancy. The fact I will be losing my job makes me feel scared since I am supporting my family. But the fact that I know I can surpass this crisis since I’ve got the most loving, patient and supporting husband. (Oh well I considered him as my husband aight?!)

Okay now here’s my wishlist for this year:

1. Have a baby.. Well I hope its a baby girl since my hubby wants to have a princess. He’s excited to have a baby so his wish is my top priority. I guess He has always been my top priority since we were together.

2. Make my small business ventures a success. I have decided to start my small business. It is a fragrance business and I am planning to sell it to my friends and put some at my sister’s resto. Her place is a nice place to put one since there are a lot of students there. If this will be a hit, I am planning to start another one, an e-loading business. Oh well, I would love to have this business. Not that I’m lazy aight, but I don’t want to work anymore because I want to concentrate on taking care of my family. My husband and specially if I will get pregnant this year, our baby..

3. Find a new job. I would want to find new job but not as hectic as my previous one. I want a less stressful job so I will have more time taking care of my family.

4. To be less jealous. Oh well, insecurities always hits me. I am insecure of those girls paying attention to my sexy love. I know I am not pretty nor sexy and that makes me more insecure when he gives attention to those girls. Eventhough he would always tell me I’ve got the most beautiful brown eyes he have ever seen.

5. Learn to trust him again. We’ve got lot of issues lately and this is one thing I should try my best to learn…. To trust him again. I won’t elaborate further but I hope God will help me.

6. Enjoy every moment of my life. We’ll we will never know until when He will get us. But enjoying every moment of our life will at least make us feel more complete. Regrets will not be there but just pure satisfaction.

7. Love him more. I guess I have been loving him less because of my jealousy. I just hope it’s not too late.

I guess this is for it now… I think its doable…

Ciao!

I hate myself

valentine45.html (and this the video attached to this poem)

Our love is the long lasting kind;
We’ve been together quite awhile.
I love you for so many things,
Your voice, your touch, your kiss, your smile. You accept me as I am;
I can relax and just be me.
Even when my quirks come out,
You think they’re cute; you let me be. With you, there’s nothing to resist;
You’re irresistible to me.
I’m drawn to you in total trust;
I give myself to you willingly. Your sweet devotion never fails;
You view me with a patient heart.
You love me, dear, no matter what.
You’ve been that way right from the start. Those are just a few reasons why
I’ll always love you like I do.
We’ll have a lifetime full of love,
And it will happen because of you.


I wrote it for him but he doesn’t believe any single thing I wrote there.. How funny my Valentines.
Sad valentines to me


Love is blind

A lot of us been hearin’ this phrase. But it was interesting to hear it over the news that it was proven in Science. So I made a research over the net for some article and found one. I hope you’d like it.

What exactly is love?

Falling in love may feel like a meeting of hearts and minds. But really it’s a kind of temporary insanity driven by hormones, scientists say. Julia Stuart reports

Tuesday, 13 February 2007

Love can be divided into three entities: lust, romance and attachment, according to anthropologist Dr Helen Fisher, who has been studying the subject for 32 years. These three brain systems can operate in any order and in any combination. You can fall in love with someone before you sleep with them; you can become deeply attached to somebody and then fall in love with them; and you can have a sexual relationship, fall in love and then become deeply attached.

Lust is a craving for sexual gratification, which you can feel for a whole range of people. Those caught up in romantic love focus all their attention on the object of their affection. Not only do they crave them, but they are highly motivated to win them, they obsessively think about them and become extremely sexually possessive. Perhaps illogically, if things go wrong. they are attracted to them even more. During this state the brain is driven by dopamine, a neurotransmitter central to the reward system.

Romantic love is much more powerful than sex drive, says Dr Fisher, of Rutgers University, New Jersey. And she believes it to be a drive, rather than an emotion. “It doesn’t have any facial expression, it’s very difficult to control and it’s one of the most powerful neural systems that has evolved,” she says.

The third brain system is attachment – that sense of calm and security you can feel for a long-term partner. It is associated with the hormones vasopressin and oxytocin, which are probably responsible for the sense of peacefulness and unity felt after having sex. Holding hands also drives up oxytocin levels, as does looking deeply into your loved one’s eyes, massage, and simply sitting next to them.

LOVE CAN IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

Love can be good for your health. If you are married, or happily cohabiting, in the long term you will suffer from less depression and live significantly longer than those who are single, divorced or widowed. But to get the full health benefits, you have to pick the correct partner, argues Dr Raj Persaud in Simply Irresistible, the Psychology of Seduction.

The lowest mortality rates were found in those who were named by their partner as a key source of emotional support and closeness, but who themselves actually named someone else as the one special person in their life.

For both husbands and wives, the worst mortality rate was found in partners neither of whom named the other as the special person on whom they relied for emotional support and closeness.

BAD LOVE

Choose the wrong partner and you could be in trouble. Research suggests that an unhappy marriage raises your chances of developing clinical depression by around 30 per cent. Women who divorce are 60 per cent more likely to get heart disease in later life than those who stay married, according to research from Texas University.

A 10-year study of around 10,000 men and women in the Journal of Marriage and the Family found that the danger is gender-specific: among men, marital loss has a negligible effect on the risk of heart disease. The reason for this is not clear, though it may be that women tend to value themselves more in terms of family relationships, while men value themselves primarily in terms of their occupation.

A study of 101 divorced women by the US-based Veterans Affairs group found that marital dissolution can significantly increase their risk of suffering mental and physical health problems. The risk is highest among younger women who described their marriages as “harmonious”.

LOVE IS BLIND

Scientists have discovered that certain parts of the brain become deactivated when we’re in love, including areas linked with negative emotions, planning, critical social assessment, the evaluation of trustworthiness and fear.

Biological studies have found that this phase of reduced cognitive function, during which faults are ignored, can last from one to two and a half years. This temporary state of delusion has a vital human function. If we immediately saw all our partner’s faults, we would be less likely to form a stable relationship in which to produce children.

And it is just as well that it is short-lived: romantic love is has an enormous metabolic cost. “I think romantic love evolved to enable people to focus their mating energy onto just one person at a time, thereby conserving mating time and energy,” says Dr Fisher. “It’s not conducive to real life to live in this state for 20 years because you’re distracted by it, you can’t think of other things, you forget what you are doing, you probably don’t eat properly, you certainly don’t sleep well and you go through highs and lows.”

Problems can arise when the pink mist eventually lifts and we see our loved one for what they really are – as flawed as we are. It may to wise to wait until brain function is fully restored before making a decision to marry. By then you may well feel sufficiently attached to your partner to put up with their irritating habits. “I think attachment evolved to tolerate someone at least long enough to rear a child together,” says Dr Fisher. But don’t dismay that the best bit is over once lucidity returns. Couples can feel peaks of romantic love throughout their relationship.

WHAT BECOMES OF THE BROKEN-HEARTED?

Death rates rise significantly after the death of a spouse. In one of the largest scientific studies of its kind, the Population Research Unit at the University of Helsinki found that mortality rates were more than three times higher for men compared to women.

For both genders they are at their highest during the first week after the death of the spouse, and then they drop slowly but steadily during the following six months. The unit also found that the number of people dying as a result of blocked arteries around the heart rose dramatically after the death of a spouse.

“So it appears that the hearts of men, predominantly, often cannot cope with the grief of losing a life partner,” says Dr Raj Persaud. “These men are literally dying from a broken heart. One theory is that the grief of losing someone as close to you as a marriage partner is one of the greatest strains it is possible to face, and this enormous stress has a direct and deleterious effect on your physical health, in particular the cardiovascular system. Women perhaps cope with the stress of grief better than men because expressing emotional turmoil, venting distress, confiding in others and using formal resources such as psychotherapy are all more feminine strategies. Men tend to remain silent and keep feelings of distress and anxiety to themselves.”

LOVE HURTS, LITERALLY

Dr Helen Fisher and her team gave MRI scans to 17 people who were happy in love and 15 who had been rejected in love. The latter had been brokenhearted for an average of 63 days. In this group, they found activity in a region of the brain called the nucleus accumbens, which has a high number of dopamine receptors. “It suggests that when you have been dumped you love that person more,” says Dr Fisher. Activity was also found in parts of the brain associated with risk-taking, physical pain, obsessive-compulsive behaviour, controlling anger and theory of mind – imagining what the other person is thinking.

“It made me understand a little bit more about why people become so depressed,” says Dr Fisher. “You’re intensely in love, you have just been rejected, but you are still in love, if not even more so, and you are willing to take enormous risks. You are in physical as well as psychological pain, you are obsessing about this person, you are trying to control your anger and you’re trying to evaluate what to do next. You are in a very uncomfortable state. No wonder so many crimes of passion take place.”

DEATH BY MARRIAGE

If the stress of arranging a wedding doesn’t kill you, there is a higher-than-average chance of keeling over immediately after you’ve got hitched. For both men and women mortality rates rise in the period just after the wedding day, according to a recent survey of over 12,000 German adults.

The stress of a new situation may be a factor, as well as a profound change in living circumstances. “Marriage is often associated with a geographic move for at least one partner,” says Dr Persaud. “The spouse who moved may have had to cut emotional networks and change social interaction patterns and daily routines. However, after two years, the research suggests, married partners adapt to their new life and the mortality rate starts to improve compared to unmarried people.”

‘Til death do us part

* A study published in the Journal of Sex Research found that attractive people flirt more, even those with partners.

* Researchers found that one in four marriages continues because partners couldn’t find a better alternative. ‘Staying together for the sake of the children’ was the most common reason.

* Women generally seek status, occupational prestige and intelligence in a male partner, while men, in general, seek physical attractiveness in women.

* Research suggests that to help maintain a successful relationship you should say five positive things to your partner for each negative statement about them.

* When scientists gave MRI scans to 32 people who were madly in love and showed them a picture of their partner, it activated the part of the brain that responds when you feel the rush of cocaine.

* Obstacles heighten romantic love. If you fall in love with the person who lives next door, and they’re happily married, you could be suffering for decades.

* Researchers found that the first three minutes of a married couple’s argument indicate whether they will get divorced within six years. Those who engage in critical statements such as “you always” or “you never” are more likely to split up.

* A study of 37 middle-aged men found that lower testosterone levels were associated with better marital satisfaction and higher quality parent-adolescent relationships. Careers which encourage competitiveness in men drive up testosterone levels.

* Unmarried women have a significantly worse death rate from cancer than married women.

* Although research has shown that marriage is the greatest source of conflict as well as being the greatest source of satisfaction, the married are generally much happier than the unmarried.

‘Why We Love: The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love’ by Dr Helen Fisher is published in America by Henry Holt. ‘Simply Irresistible, the Psychology of Seduction and How to Catch and Keep your Perfect Partner’ by Dr Raj Persaud is published by Bantam Press, priced £12.99

Source:http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-wellbeing/health-news/what-exactly-is-love-436234.html

Valentines day, where does it really come from?

A lot of us are feelin the season now. Season of love. As February 14 approaches, a lot of people are tryin to fall in love aight or keepin the love hmm shall I say to the next level.. I know everybody has this feelin’ inside them, but see this month love means something more special. Roses, chocolates, stuff toys are most common things you will see around you. Valentines party and events are happening in every corner. But as the years go by, the real meaning of Valentines vanished, as I observed. It became more commercialized just like Christmas and New Year.

But let’s try to see the history of this wonderful event…

Valentine’s Day or Saint Valentine’s Day is a holiday celebrated on February 14 by many people throughout the world. In the West, it is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other by sending Valentine’s cards, presenting flowers, or offering confectionery. The holiday is named after two among the numerous Early Christian martyrs named Valentine. The day became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

An alternative theory from Belarus states that the holiday originates from the story of Saint Valentine, who upon rejection by his mistress was so heartbroken that he took a knife to his chest and sent her his still-beating heart as a token of his undying love for her. Hence, heart-shaped cards are now sent as a tribute to his overwhelming passion and suffering.

The day is most closely associated with the mutual exchange of love notes in the form of “valentines.” Modern Valentine symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten notes have largely given way to mass-produced greeting cards. The sending of Valentines was a fashion in nineteenth-century Great Britain, and, in 1847, Esther Howland developed a successful business in her Worcester, Massachusetts home with hand-made Valentine cards based on British models. The popularity of Valentine cards in 19th-century America was a harbinger of the future commercialization of holidays in the United States.

Source: Wikipedia

So I hope this information helps…

Advance happy valentines…

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