We all have watched one romantic movie that has made us fall in love. It is about the idea of falling in love our generation has adapted. We hate flaws and are so obsessed with perfectionism that we will find flaws in every person. Either s/he is short, tall, fair, dark, fat, too skinny… This isn’t the only labels that we have to deal. A person hanging out with the opposite gender is labeled as stud or slut.
Meet someone new. Exchange numbers. Add them on Social Sites. Late-night conversations. Question-answer games. Ask out. Dates. Make out. Have Sex. Lose interest. We know the drill all too well, don’t we? Most of haven’t been in love, it’s the idea! The thrill that excites us. Did we really screw the concept of love? It is like a game for us! The CHASE; a better way to rephrase it. Once that ends, It Ends!!
Other who has been broken in love are reluctant to let go, So what if it didn’t work in the first go! Doesn’t mean you can’t love again… We are bitter to let go, to come out of the delusion that our happily ever after is not so happy after all.
We all are hopeless in love, we don’t want to settle for less and that is the cause for the rapid procedure. We fall in love in a speed more greater than light.. But falling out of it is twice the pace of light. Hence, most of us are afraid to label our relations. Why? Because the whole world will know and if it won’t work? It would be a shame. The idea of love is for two people not the world. Why do we care about what other people think? We are afraid of defining relations because then people would know. And we’d not be able to end this ‘thing’ as easily as we would have.
And then, most of us are finding love on FACEBOOK, TINDER, OKCUPID, POF and many more. We are available but never available, we are out there – on social media websites, on dating apps, at parties, but all this while, are we really available? Delete Tinder, meet them rather than adding them on facebook, have a conversation rather then emojis and DON’T BE AFRAID.
Give it a chance, make it real!