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Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 8:47 pm
by SultanOrder
PO: Any particular reason why you'd want her to love you more than you love her? How do you quantify love? Would it matter if she loved just a tiny bit more or you want a chick that loves you at least doubled of how much you love her? If you have to worry about who loves who more, it ain't real.
Just a lil bit more than me :mrgreen:

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 8:48 pm
by SultanOrder
Why does she have to love you more? What are you bringing to the table in order to be loved more?
:lol:

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 9:01 pm
by Idman702
You still didn't answer my question, qosol gariirka iska dhaaf.

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 9:54 pm
by SultanOrder
You still didn't answer my question, qosol gariirka iska dhaaf.
:up:

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 1:04 am
by Bari14
You still didn't answer my question, qosol gariirka iska dhaaf.
I think they are messing around. Love cannot be quantified. It's either mutual or it's not not.

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 1:14 am
by Machiavelli2
You still didn't answer my question, qosol gariirka iska dhaaf.
I think they are messing around. Love cannot be quantified. It's either mutual or it's not not.
Indeed, Sultan Order is probably trolling and wanted to spark a gender war here. Maybe not, he just wanted to be loved. Let us dedicate to him this great song from a musical genius, Muddy Waters. "I want to be loved".


Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 2:59 am
by BlackVelvet
PO I know you like it :mrgreen:

But ask yourself, what kind of children with behavioural issues will an abused mother raise for you?

Precisely


Parents have an incredible amount of influence over how a child turns out. Above all else a partner who understands this and/or displays the type of behaviour that would be conducive to raising a healthy and happy child should be at the top of everyone's list


ps When you say raise for you, you mean raise together right? :usure: Absent or distant fathers do no favours for their children

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 3:37 am
by Basra-
PO I know you like it :mrgreen:

But ask yourself, what kind of children with behavioural issues will an abused mother raise for you?

Precisely


Parents have an incredible amount of influence over how a child turns out. Above all else a partner who understands this and/or displays the type of behaviour that would be conducive to raising a healthy and happy child should be at the top of everyone's list


ps When you say raise for you, you mean raise together right? :usure: Absent or distant fathers do no favours for their children

BB

Happiness is overrated. Sometimes child abuse, is good for the child. I have seen countless of good family where children were raised with happiness and harmony, and they turned out as loser adults. While children of abuse and poverty grow up a role model. But here is the funny part--these same children of poverty with stella success adulthood have children and they spoil their children, and these children become parents of good children once again. The cycle of life is fantastic indeed! BB, u r right--we model after our parents-- whatever our parents are-- we strive for the opposite-- good or bad. Possibly, we don't even strive to be different, unconsciously it happens through learned behaviros.

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 4:46 am
by BlackVelvet
Sometimes child abuse, is good for the child

:lol: :down:


I understand what you're trying to say but the above statement is horrible. Yes love, happiness and harmony is great but not all children have the same needs and it is important to understand the little person, their personality, their idiosyncrasies and try, to the best of your ability, to have those needs met


Forget loser behaviour, imagine delinquent, sociopathic tendencies, murder .... a serial killer! :damn:


I need to stop watching Criminal Minds, I'll never have children otherwise. Thank God we're not Caucasian

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 11:09 am
by salool
BV meelnaga fadhiiso this topic is for everybody not just for you :lol:


Ladies and gentlemen in a relationship which do you prefer. That you love them more than they love you or to be loved more than you love them? If you ever been in such a situation tell us your experiences.


Me personally I prefer than she loves me overwhelmingly and will stay with me through thick and thin and she puts up with my worst habits. And that there is never a day she doesn't love me. Am I selfish?

Dulqaadku maaha jaceyl.She may stick with you of other reasons then love.

Marriage of convenience: Ur mony ,ur sperm and a comfartable life . :)


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Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 11:23 am
by salool
Sultan

Ina Adeer, if you have those kinds of expectations, better buy a sexy doll, one that can talk and programmed to tell you that she loves you unconditionally even when you slap or stomp on her.

A relationship is not a Bank's business balance spread-sheet that is dotted with credits and debits, it is a decision of two adults who are obligated to one another to build a healthy family to the best of their abilities. They both value the contributions of one another based on love, honesty, truthful and equal partnership to succeed as family. A relationship should never be a burden on either one of them and yes, there are tasks and duties and if one (for whatever reasons) fails to achieve, the other should automatically lend a hand without credits scoring. Marka, waan kacsadey ha u guursan, tani waa bootylicious ha u guursan, tani waa dhex yareey ha u guursan, u guurso aniga iyo gabadhaan, can we last to the finish line. Good luck. My two cents.

Mashallah.

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Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 4:05 pm
by Smile-LiKe-SuN-RiSE
Sultan

Ina Adeer, if you have those kinds of expectations, better buy a sexy doll, one that can talk and programmed to tell you that she loves you unconditionally even when you slap or stomp on her.

A relationship is not a Bank's business balance spread-sheet that is dotted with credits and debits, it is a decision of two adults who are obligated to one another to build a healthy family to the best of their abilities. They both value the contributions of one another based on love, honesty, truthful and equal partnership to succeed as family. A relationship should never be a burden on either one of them and yes, there are tasks and duties and if one (for whatever reasons) fails to achieve, the other should automatically lend a hand without credits scoring. Marka, waan kacsadey ha u guursan, tani waa bootylicious ha u guursan, tani waa dhex yareey ha u guursan, u guurso aniga iyo gabadhaan, can we last to the finish line. Good luck. My two cents.
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Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 5:12 pm
by Xamud.
I don't know about them loving my bad habits, but almost every women that I have been involved with loved\liked me more, of course this is not to say that I did not feel something for them, but they have always pushed for it more. I think its better if the woman loves the man more, women usually dog men that love them more than they love them, dumarku ma yaqaanan naxdin markay gacantoda kugu hubsadan, I see it all the time, love struck dudes being dogged around, not a pleasant sight :|

Re: Relationship topic

Posted: Tue May 19, 2015 5:55 pm
by SultanOrder
I don't know about them loving my bad habits, but almost every women that I have been involved with loved\liked me more, of course this is not to say that I did not feel something for them, but they have always pushed for it more. I think its better if the woman loves the man more, women usually dog men that love them more than they love them, dumarku ma yaqaanan naxdin markay gacantoda kugu hubsadan, I see it all the time, love struck dudes being dogged around, not a pleasant sight :|
Illahay ha naga fogeeyo :whew: