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    Love is such a beautiful feeling. It is fun, free and playful.

    When you are in love with someone who loves you too, you are at peace. You feel happy and radiate. You are not afraid because you know your heart is safe. We all yearn to be loved. We all need a shoulder to lean on especially when we are down, and going through the darkest moments of our lives.

    Most people fall in love easily when they are down. Their own definition of love is the person who stands by them in their time of need. Just little acts of kindness from a friend or total stranger and they fall passionately for the person. They mistake anyone who alleviates their suffering or protects them from hurt as someone who loves them.

    Show of compassion can feel like a loving attention, and it can make the giver feel like they are acting out of love because compassion is a kind of love that could be mistaken for a romantic love. You should naturally feel pity for someone you genuinely love when they are suffering, but if you take the pity away, what else do you feel for them? What is left when the wounds have healed?

    This is not to say that love cannot grow out of a relationship that begins with suffering and pity, but if pity is mistaken for love, what remains when the suffering ends and the people involved become emotionally detached and incompatible? They feel hurt after providing solace for the person in need and they refuse to stick around out of pity because nothing else is making sense.

    It is most likely you would hear the hurting partner say, “after all I did for you, even when no one else was there, I stood by you. What else do you want?” The truth is that all you did was out of compassion, and they are bored already because outside your pity, they can’t see anything that makes you both compatible.

    Lastly, When it comes to settling down, a lot of people look out for those who were there for them in their time of need, not minding whether they are compatible. If you settle for a man or woman because of how much they invested in you or how they were there for you when the chips were down, you may be in big trouble already.

    True love is genuine and comes from within. When you love out of pity, your love is fake.

    The question is;

    Have You Ever Dated Someone Out Of Pity?

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