First Love, the kind of love no one ever forgets.
Some remember it fondly, some remember it for the lessons it brought for them and some remember it as something really silly and funny.But is it as relevant as all the love songs in the world say it is? Is it forever? If your first love is breaking you apart and you are wondering whether first love is overrated, whether it is worth it, then read through...
Love happens over and over again and in most cases first love is never a person's last love
Most people fall in love for the first time at a very young age and misunderstand hormonal confusions as love. Books, quotes and romantic films might make you believe that a person has only one true love but life eventually proves otherwise. With age and experience people grow and connect with someone completely opposite to who they were attracted to when they first fell in love and take their first love as an important piece in the journey of understanding love better.
If your First love lead you into a heart break it has probably made you stronger
You become wiser and learn to understand that loving someone requires understanding, commitment and patience. Just like other things in life, love relationships also require work and you learn the art of problem resolution and letting go when things don't work out. Above all you learn a lot about yourself and how far can you go to keep a relationship healthy and happy.
Your first love will teach you your sense of self worth.
You will realise what you learn what you don't want and learn what you actually want. It might be overrated in the romantic sense but if we talk about growing up, it is not overvalued. The lessons are important and so is your first love...
We all know that the first heart break after first love relationship, tests one's courage.
After all these twisted fantasies of first love, the hope of happily ever after, the i will never feel this way again, i will wait for you till the end of time promises , comes the moment of truth and courage. Get up, dust yourself off and walk away with courage, knowing that you have had a great experience, cherish it and wait for the day love hits you again. Maybe even harder than before!