Romance Love and Its Effects on The Hearts

"Happiness is never found in materialistic things; it exists in things that cannot be physically possessed. Therefore, happiness is priceless. It can never be purchased."

Love is an exciting spiritual and uniting force that binds and connects two hearts and souls together as one, in a way that only the two individuals know they are meant to be together.

 Romantic novels, movies, and songs details the effects of love and stirs emotions that leaves the listeners and viewing audiences wanting more!

Readers of romance novels keep the writers busy.  Love looks beyond what the human eyes see, and far into the souls where it finds comfort, joy, happiness and peace, that words can't explain and neither can the mind comprehend in two people. It can cause individuals to leave their families miles away; crossing cities, states, and countries to be in each others arms and presence.

There are effects Romance Love has on the heart that can be harmful if it is not carefully assessed continually, by each individual. It means that each person has to carefully examine themselves to see if they are doing everything to improve on their relationship. The pitfalls come when one person takes on too much responsibility.

In Romance Love, there is no place for the role of a parent. Which means; never criticizing the other person; never talking down to the other person; allowing the other person to be their own individual; and to have some time alone.

 Honesty, is the strength in a good relationship. Lying, can tear a relationship apart.  Romance Love has to be nourished and pampered with the things that keeps the flames of fire burning in the hearts and souls of the two individuals. Romance Love can be as strong and as powerful  in our very own relationships as those we know of in novels, movies and songs.

Ellen J. Barrier

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