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Transcript of Love <3
I stood where you stood.
I'm hard to love, hard to love and you say that you need me, I don't
Deserve it but I love that you love me. good. (x2) Nokia: Marry Me?! By: Aeyelle Created & Presented By: Rebecka Mathews By: Lee Brice These are some reasons I have heard from people who are uncomfortable expressing love:
"I wasn't loved as a child."
"My mother wasn't around."
"I have been hurt so many times that I am afraid to love."
"My family just doesn't express love, but we still know we love each other."
"I think loving things but I just never say them or let my spouse know."
"I was raised with 4 brothers. We just aren't a loving family."
My heart goes out to people who really feel like it's a challenge to express love. If you want to change, decide that you want to practice being vulnerable. Practice. Practice. Practice. You CAN change your norms. You CAN feel safe (and fearless) expressing love if you do it for the right reasons and love for the sake of loving, with no expectations. I've seen many, many people learn to do this and they have said it has changed their lives. Learning to be vulnerable and expressing real love will fill you with connection, gratitude, and empowerment. And, if you know how to do it, you can teach your children how to do the same.
What are your thoughts? Is expressing love hard for you or your significant other? Do you think verbally expressing love is important? Do you think it's possible to change and learn how to express love verbally, regardless of your previous norms? By: Nick Cassavetes By: Anonymous How Did I Get You! By: Adrian Jackson My love for you will never fade.
With both our feelings combined is how love is made.
You give me the strength to stand up tall.
You reach out for my hand every time I'm about to fall.
There is not a day your not on my mind.
A person like you, is really hard to find.
A weekend without you is so hard to do.
I can not even live a day without you.
I love to hold you, and hold your hand.
From this day on, you are my very best friend.
I'm happy to wake up beside you everyday.
"I love you" is my favorite word you always say.
I love it when I look in your eyes
I see no hatred, and no lies.
Forever in my heart is where you will be.
Nobody else will enter because you have the only key.
Just to keep you, there isn't anything I wouldn't do.
Because baby Myra, I Love You. By: William Shakespeare A girl asked a boy if she was pretty, he said "No". She asked him if he wanted to be with her forever, he said "No". Then she asked him if he would cry if she walked away, he said "No". She had heard enough; she needed to leave.
As she walked away he grabbed her arm and told her to stay. He said "You're not pretty, you're beautiful. I don`t want to be with you forever, I need to be with you forever. And I wouldn't cry if you walked away, I would die." Love Stories By: Annoyomous Cheating Confessions My Secret Heartache By: True Life Stories By: Mike Fleiss (ABC Family) an average of 7 million tune in weekly consider The Bachelor and Bachelorette to be the most romantic shows on TV. Anniversary By: Nicholas Sparks “I held her close to me with my eyes closed, wondering if anything in my life had ever been this perfect and knowing at the same time that it hadn’t. I was in love, and the feeling was even more wonderful than I ever imagined it could be.” Rohde 60th a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend.