for the first time when I was five-years-old. She was a year older than me, so you could say that I’m into older women (ha ha!) In my teens I found myself going gaga for these good looking women and that was love for me.
For better or worse, not much has changed (I’m still a sucker for good looking women), but I’ve realised there’s a shift in my priorities. I was cheated on in an earlier relationship and I think that really made me bitter towards the idea of being in love. All that has changed, I want to settle down now. I have yet to experience true love but I am looking forward to it, so wish me luck!” “I once read somewhere ‘The best things in life can’t be seen or touched’. Cliché as it might be, sounds a lot like love...doesn’t it? It’s a pretty cool chain reaction—the more you give, the more you get. Falling in love is a complete stress buster—it helps me cope with a world of challenges that seem scary at times. You definitely make a conscious decision to start dressing well, looking better, and pretty much putting the best version of yourself out there. Talk about an effective confidence booster!
Back in high school, love meant red roses, chocolates, holding hands, finding silly excuses to drop her home just to spend more time together.
Growing older, that feeling has matured as well. It’s more about discovering each other and making plans for the future.”