I’m tired of people telling me that young love is pointless

I'm tired of people telling me that young love is pointless

I’m tired of people telling me that young love is


because I don’t care if it is or not.

25 thoughts on “I’m tired of people telling me that young love is pointless”

  1. I used to think it was pointless. But being older hasn’t lessened or made any of my feelings for him any less significant. I loved him then just as much as I love my husband now. The feeling was the same.

  2. I love him so much, more than I ever thought I could at my age.
    People, even my own friends, don’t always believe it.
    Because I can’t explain it.
    At any age, it’s going to be too amazing to explain.

  3. I was the one who told you young love was pointless.

    Then I fell in love at 17. It’s 5 years later and we’re still in love.

    I was wrong.

  4. Don’t worry im 16 years old and i’ve never been more in love, i’ve actually never had a boy love me as much as he does.. and we’re the same age..we’ve been together for almost a year.. and it’s been the best year of my life.

  5. They told me the same thing, but we’ve been together for 13 years now.
    The point of love is just love. So don’t listen.

  6. Sure as hell love is real whatever age you are, otherwise i really wouldn’t be suffering as much as i am…
    It is great to hear that lots of you do have good experiences with love early in life though, as over-dramatic and cliche as it sounds i’m glad someone’s happy.

  7. I’ve completely fallen for this guy,
    but he’s fallen for another girl.
    I just wish I could be with him.
    I’m 14.
    love is love.

  8. I’ve never felt this sure. I’m young, so it’s not saying much right now, but I’d lay anything down for her. My love is my life.

  9. I am almost 19 and have been dating my boyfriend for 3 years.
    We go to different universities now and I’ve been trying to be open to new people, unsuccessfully.
    We visit each other nearly every weekend and I have never loved him more. We are both so open with each other and so close and comfortable, now more than ever. Every time I see him or hear his voice I fall for him all over again.
    It isn’t because ‘absence makes the heart grow fonder.’ My psychology professor has even explained that the opposite is true. We miss sharing things with each other and aren’t afraid to let our friends see it now.
    My parents aren’t very open to me finding love so soon, they think it is too soon and want me to know for sure instead of ‘just being comfortable.’ I was afraid that I had only become comfortable and used to our relationship, now I’m sure.
    However, my first three weekends in college, while listening to my parents and ‘keeping my options open,’ I woke up in a guy’s bed -in an apartment and in a fraternity, twice. I don’t remember what happened during any of the three nights. One of those nights my boyfriend was visiting me and spent his night until 5 am looking for me, then started up again at 9 am. I told him I woke up in a sorority. I feel horrible and disgusting, but I’ll never tell him.
    Never doubt yourself. Love is incredible and should never be tossed away as ‘pointless,’ no matter what age.

  10. Young love isn’t pointless. I had my first kiss in second grade, and we were in love for the next three years. I don’t regret it at all.

  11. I’m young, and trust me, young love is not pointless. It teaches you how to lose someone you love, as I have done. It teaches you how to love someone, and whether that one love lasts your whole life, or a few months, it teaches you something. Not only that, but it teaches your mind that feeling. Physcologicaly, it has a lot of effects that help you when you are older.

    Young love is amazing, and should be enjoyed.

    I loved a boy, and when he left me, it tought me how to deal with losing love. I loved someone else, and her leaving tought me how to stay friends after a love-filled relationship. I swore I’d never love anyone again, and when I fell for a boy, it tought me never to give up on love. When he left me, it tought me that love can never be painless. When I fell for this boy, it tought me no matter how much I want it to, love will alawys find a person again, and it’s now teaching me how to trust people again.

    Learn from love.

  12. you are the only one that gets to decide whether or not you are in love, regardless of age. I fell in love for the first time when I was 16 and though we grew apart, I regret nothing from the time I spent with her. People always doubted whether or not we were really in love but it doesn’t matter. We knew we were. I will always have a special place in my heart for her. Everyone deserves a life full of love, with that can come loss but what always comes with that is learning. Through it all you will feel like you lived, truly lived.

  13. My parents have been married for 22 years now, my mother was 18 when she meet me father who is 8 years older then her. They are still together and have never been with anyone else so I truly believe in young love.

  14. Young love is not pointless… I left my first boyfriend because I believed that lie, and even though I’m about to get married to someone else, I know he really was the one.

  15. i know exactly how u feel nd i am 13. the same thing has happened to me this year and now:( but i havent given up on him yet:) nd i dont think i ever will

  16. I agree. I’ve been with my boyfriend for almost a year now. He’s my first boyfriend too. I can’t help but fall in love with him again and again and again <3

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