Loving you, Loving me (Part 1) By Cesnabmihilo Dorothy Nuhu-Aken’OvaINCRESE
It feels good to love. It is satisfying, but only as long as the person you are loving is enjoying your loving.
If you are loving somebody, and only you are enjoying the loving, then something is wrong.
It becomes emotionally injurious to the person and eventually to you when you begin to feel that your love is being thrown back at you or rejected.
Loving is not about you. It is about the person you are loving. That person should enjoy the way and manner he or she is being loved.
If you suffuse the person you love with you and throw your all at the person, your self, your time, several messages, incessant phone calls, gifts, the person might start to choke and will seek to break out for air.
Shower affection and love but only to the extent up to which the person you love has space to breath.