One thing I want to know is, why do we play so many love games?? Why are we so apprehensive when it comes to expressing our feelings? Is it a lack of respect for what the other person is trying to get across? Is it in fear of rejection? When two people attempt to establish something outside of a platonic relationship, communication tends to get extremely complicated. They start speaking in the languages of hypothetical situations and metaphorical references. They try to mean what they say without saying what they mean, and it leads to a lot of miscommunication. A lot of guessing. A lot of stressing. And a lot of games.
Why can’t the confirmation of a relationship be more simple? If you like someone who you know likes you back, you need to openly communicate with them. Let them know your intentions. Let them know what place they hold in your life. If you aren’t sure about the details that’s okay too. But the other person has a right to know about the intention of your intentions. The other person shouldn’t have to question if the relationship is worth pursuing. If the two of you communicated appropriately, all parties involved would have a clear view of which direction you’re going in.
“Now that we found love what are we gonna do with it?”
When it comes to matters of the heart, no situation should be taken lightly. If you want someone to move forward with you. Let them know, period. Be secure enough within yourself to accept the outcome. Once you get the wheels in motion, it’s up to the both of you to agree on the next destination. Stop playing so many love games. Be clear about where you want to be, and who you want to be there with.