How do you keep your love?

What do you do in order to keep your loved ones close so they never leave you <3
sex, money, drugs, and this bitch never leave you
If they love you likewise, don't worry.
i keep them locked up in my basement
Thats why you are never getting out of there.
isnt it vice versa? heard she wears the pants
Don't be too sweet, it's the worst thing a man can do
thank you for the advice mr. Player. do you got any more knowledge that you can share with us?
Have a big dick
Shit... Does it help to move to South America if you have a small dick?
And don't sell your bitcoins at $700.
Haha this is key
a lil slap sometimes
Zur Kenntnis genommen
I tell girls yo I am Karrde from Team-Hungary.ET and they are all mine
dat cunt meez locking the boys out of the journal above
You can't. Ultimately, its up to them.
Most important rule - Love yourself, to let them be close to you and be the light. That shall not be forced, it should be naturally if your are honest to yourself. Then you attract people who will be willing to be with you. Never do nothing against your nature as well as to nature of others. That means never take space of others as well as let your space not to be taken by others. When you love yourself, then only real love can happen of course when the other person is also aware of it and loves himself/herself.
slap her around abit, give her a child tell him I'm god.

Respect, confident, cocky, don't be too nice, every once in a while do something nice and show your appreciation.

DYNO in bed helps!
wear armor
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then nothing can happen to "her"
Unconditional love does not exist.
Obviously You didn't experience it. It doesn't mean is not exist.
Too often, we think of love as an almost passive state of being, as opposed to a conscious choice we make. When we regard love as something we simply fall into, we can easily slip into routines with the person we value or lose a sense of separateness and respect. Instead, we view that person as a part of us. We then run the risk of creating a fantasy bond, an illusion of fusion in which real feelings of fondness and attraction are replaced by the form of being in a relationship. In other words, we come to see ourselves and our partner as a single unit. We then fall into roles rather than appreciating each other as individuals and experiencing the exciting, loving feelings that result.

A fantasy bond offers a false sense of security—the illusion that we are no longer alone. However, when we connect to someone in this way, we lose our sense of vitality, and we give up significant aspects of our relationship. The behavioral operations of love are replaced with a fantasy of being in love, which does not nurture either partner.

Relationships tend to go south when we stop taking actions that our partner would perceive as loving and instead start looking to our partner solely to meet our own needs. It's important to distinguish emotional hunger from real love. Have you ever witnessed a parent hugging a child and wondered whether the hug was intended to comfort the child, offering reassurance and care, or to soothe the parent, taking something from the child? When we reach out to our partner, it can be valuable to examine whether our behaviors are for them or for ourselves. Are we looking to them to fulfill us in some way that is unfair to them? Are we hoping they will make up for an emptiness or hurt from our past?

A couple I've worked with recently recognized an example of this dynamic. The wife would often compliment her husband, but he rarely felt acknowledged by her words. When she recounted some of the recent comments she made, she noticed that they were less of a reflection of him and more a reflection on her. Statements like: "Aren't I married to such a handsome, well-put-together man?" Or: "Haven't I picked a winner?" didn't capture qualities that were important to him. They were traits she valued in a partner that reconfirmed her own self-esteem and sense of worth.
don't try
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