Love is one of the most intense and fulfilling experiences that human beings have.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that it’s also one of the most talked about emotions that governs our behavior.
For thousands of years it has been one of the primary topics of the written word, and if we look at what’s been written about love, we can clearly see how attitudes toward it have changed throughout the centuries.
It’s been a long-since held cliche that women are more expressive of their emotion and feelings of love than men. Whether this still holds true is beyond the scope of this post, but what we can say, is that there is a deep library of quotes from women about how they love men.
These quotes may take on a serious or solemn tone, or they may at times be serious, humorous or even prophetic. They touch on all the aspects of love, from beginning to end, joy through heartbreak, and explore the experience from an insider’s perspective.
This is often a lot more intimate and less obscure than the hollywood-esque version of love that is sold in popular culture, but it’s a lot more relatable.
So for your enjoyment, here are 28 quotes about how “I love him“…
When I love him, my love is intense
When we are in love we have releases of dopamine and oxytocin which make the experience akin to drugs and other forms of addiction. This is why when in love we may do things that are out of character.
However, on the flip side, this surges in emotion have brought about some amazing art, poetry, and other forms of creative expression.
Love is a learning experience
Love is one of the more difficult and rewarding learning experiences, next to parenthood, that most people will go through. As opposed to just dealing with yourself, you have to deal with the emotions, triumphs and failures of someone else, skillfully managing your time and energy to give them as much as you can.
Love can be lighthearted
When we are engrossed in daily life, it may take another person to help us see things from a lighthearted perspective. Sometimes in the midst of being in love, we notice some of the more quirky and hilarious aspects of human nature.
Love can be painful
To love is to open yourself up to the potential for heartbreak, and it is therefore to risk immense pain. The neural circuits that govern social rejection are very similar to those which inform us of physical pain, so when people say love hurts, it’s a physiological experience!