Paul’s One Big Question for October 28, 2018

Is love teachable?  Can we be taught to love?  Or to love better and truer?

12 thoughts on “Paul’s One Big Question for October 28, 2018”

  1. This is a really interesting but very complicated question. Our defences, memories etc is a huge issue and they interfere a lot. Then there is the issue of compatibility! Which I believe, if it’s not there, trying to love better is a waste of time.

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  2. Such interesting and tricky questions you ask, Paul! Setting aside the whole complication of defining “love” for the purposes of this question, I will answer it this way:

    I believe it’s possible to be “taught” how to EXPRESS love better – more openly, honestly, and without judgement or expectation. And by doing so, I believe we “learn” to love better…

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      1. Sadly, many do not feel they are lovable or worthy of being loved due to – well, a whole lot of reasons. Low self esteem, being told over and over that they are ugly/fat/worthless, being abused, having a skewed understanding/experience of what true love is like…..

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  3. I believe love is teachable just like hate is. Growing up I was taught I need to make men do for me I was never taught how a man should love me nor how I should love a man. I believe your childhood should teach you a thing or two about love. Learning from your parents or around you. A person can also teach you how to love them you just have to listen.

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