-the Idea Of Romantic Love-

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Julie K

 

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May 16, 2012

 

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Such is the perception of romantic love that I formed ever since I began to realize the dynamics of the relationship between a man and woman. It is what is fed to us through nursery rhymes, and fairytales and it is a world that we do not wish to leave for fear of abandonment and loneliness. As we progress through life we are constantly exposed to the likes of television serials, movies and of course ?mills & boon' romances, all aimed at reinforcing the very first impressions of bliss that we formed with regard to the loved one and love life in general...
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As we progress through life we are constantly exposed to the likes of television serials, movies and of course ?mills & boon' romances, all aimed at reinforcing the very first impressions of bliss that we formed with regard to the loved one and love life in general. Infact, falling in love with a handsome young prince and galloping away with him into a hazy, peach orange sunset, is a romantic concept that most young girls, irrespective of race or background, embrace and ultimately grow up to anticipate...
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