Why Real Love Needs Honesty

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Despite what people say finding out the truth doesn’t hurt, what really hurts is discovering how much there was a lack of love and how real love was replaced by deception and fear.

I agree with some thoughts mentioning why a man is able to get away with his cheating and lying behavior with the women he is with. One reason why this happens is because any woman he is with hasn’t set high enough standards in her life to respect and love herself enough to see what is going on right in front of her and take a stand about it.

After all, what can’t kill you will make you stronger. Since a woman’s denial lets him get away with what he wants to, he is happy to join in on the denial party with her. But, denial is not good for you — love is blind! Real love actually requires ultimate vision because you only know how to really love yourself and others when you are seeing what you need to see clearly.

When a woman starts to catch on to a man’s cheating and lying behavior and starts to ask questions, a man is going to just do more of his lying and denying game. Let not make it seem like somebody is cheating and hiding the truth from someone out of love. Oh gosh!

So, why do we really lie? Plain and simple – We’re afraid! And why are we afraid? Because we don’t love ourselves or the people around us enough to live in truth. And, real love requires the truth. Not some blunt rude make people feel stupid and horrible version of truth. And if you want proof of who has the most loving relationships going on between them, it’s between people who can live in truth completely. The more a couple lies to each other, the more they actually are in fear of each other, which means love really isn’t very present at all.

Next time you catch yourself or other people telling lies ask yourself this, “What am I afraid of and how does this reflect a lack of love in myself or a lack of love regarding the people I am with?” Then, ask this, “What would it be like to love myself and others enough to be willing to take the scrape, instead of give one?”

Despite what people say finding out the truth doesn’t hurt, what really hurts is discovering how much there was a lack of love and how real love was replaced by deception and fear. Remember, real love itself doesn’t hurt and although it may hurt to find out about lies, shedding them actually opens you up to attracting more real love in your life creating space for yourself and the people around you.

A story of Kenya Clark caught her boyfriend cheating on her. She dumped him and swore she’d never fall in love again. Then she meets Scott Hutson then devises a test. Her friend Monica will ask Scott out to see whether he’s tempted or not. But Kenya just might discover that when you play games with love, you don’t always win. Get your copy now!

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