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  • Yes, but I'm afraid you'd not take it well and get mad at me. :o)
  • Not necessarily. It depends what you mean by love. I know there are adults who still don't know what the meaning of love is.
  • I wouldn't really say that. I don't think anyone's too young to know what love is. I do,however, think that you might be too young to know what to do with that love. I'm sixteen, and thought I was ready for love. I was a little wropng, but it's working. It also depends on the love. Is it just anyone that seems to be beautiful that you want to tell you love them ? or is it someone you've been watching to make sure she's what you want in someone ? My advice : talk to someone that knows what your dealing with. Trust me, there's ,many of those people, and it will really help !! Even if you just want to talk to me about it.
  • I assume we're talking about romantic love so honestly, yes. I wouldn't doubt the sincerity of your feelings, or that you truly care about someone, just the fact that you will learn about the many facets of love through experiences and many of those are still to come.
  • No I would never say that love knows no age. But here's the thing. The older someone gets the more they learn how to manipulate the meaning of love. You see love is a two sided emotion. you can love your butt off but no one can tell the intentions of the counter part. The person you may love may or may not love you for the right reasons. The younger a person is the more blindly they love. Although you may know what love is your too young to know how others can convince you they love you in the right way. Some people when they get older know how to say all the right things to make you think your in love with them but they are only tricking you and your emotions. So no one can say you do not know how you feel but it takes time to see through others peoples intent. Some people never learn and become hurt all their lives.
  • i think that love can happen at any age and if you found it then excellent!!
  • of course you can love someone at any age, but it doesnt mean its [true] love........
  • there's a song lyrics from anberlin "if this isn't love this is the closest i've ever been" each time you feel it, you're going to feel deeper. i don't know if you know true love at your age or not, i don't think many people do but who knows. but if it isn't you still have the right to believe you do since nobody else really knows anyways
  • I think its more to a infatuation compared to love.
  • I would never say that, someone your age is just as capable of real love as anyone else. Maybe more so than some. More open, more trusting, fewer games. My only advice would be to try not to mature too fast as sometimes you end up with responsibilities that no 14 year old should have. Young love is very special..almost magical, don't spoil it with grown-up problems. :-)
  • I would say that you was telling the truth. I also had the same thing happen to me and 16 years later my and my loveing husband are still together. So don't let any one tell you, you don't love someone. You are the only one whos knows how you feel. One more thing. If you love someone let them know don't be scared to tell them. I almost didn't get my husband because I was scared to tell him how I felt.
  • No... I was 14 or 15 when I wrote my first love song. I think it still holds up today. In my case, it was a unrequited love, but since the song still holds up, I am SURE of what I was feeling.
  • NO, my grandparents have being in love since they were 13, never split up, never argue.. and stayed happily together till 'death do us part'
  • No...Me, personally, I'd ask you: 1. Have you ever been in love before? 2. (If not) What makes you THINK that what you're feeling is love? 3. (If so) What happened to the PREVIOUS "love?" Do you no longer "love" this person? Could it be possible that you didn't really "love" the previous person--if you are so-called in "love" with the NEW person? Think about it. Good luck!
  • I think it could be love or it might not be, i mean im 14 and i fell in love when i was 13 and i think again this year.
  • of course not, especially if you said you loved someone you were related to. But if you said you loved some girl, first i'd question wether or not it was just your hormones kicking in. But i'd ask you why you loved her and i'd determine whether or not i believed you by your reasons.
  • I dont know, I am not you. I know me as I was when I was 14 thought I rally knew love, which ended up being nothing really. Infatuation...desire...goals...or just having love for them, but not actually being in love with them, or they in love with me.
  • I wouldn't say that. I am in love with someone I have loved since the age of eight. I wish I had listend to myself more. I never really talked to him during most of my growing up years because I was shy and afraid of getting hurt. I think that you probably do love this person but you've got to be careful, because some of the time especially this young you can confuse love with lust.
  • There are many kinds of love. You can love pizza, you can love your parents, you can lust after a friend. You can even love your country. But real love, the kind people die for, is more commitment than infatuation. I doubt that a 14 year old could do that for anyone not a family member.
  • I would never say that. You do love this person. However as you age and change your taste level, your personality and your likes and dislikes will take on a broader spectrum. Enjoy your young love. It's just as powerful as any love.
  • Yes lol
  • You are too young to know what "Love" is - you will find out in time. Can you have deep feelings? Oh yes, but I think you really need to experience these feelings with several people to learn what "Love" truly is. Hormones are extremely powerful at your age...just take it easy and live life....you'll find out.
  • The word would be Infatuation...too young to understand love and emotions.
  • I would never say you are too young to know what love is. However I would caution you. Love is a powerful blinding emotion that sometimes makes a person do things that are incautious and harmful to themselves and their futures. Be careful, be thoughtful and go slow. You have the rest of your life to live.
  • if you think you are in love then you are. only you can tell
  • A lot of people talk like there is "true love" and then there is love that isn't actually love ... it's not real love. I think that distinction is BS. I think love can take many forms. Each person feels love differently, and then the love they feel for one person will also be different from the love they feel for someone else. So who I am to tell you if your feelings are "real" or not? What does that even mean? How can you have fake feelings? What is a fake feeling? I think, at 14, the likelihood of your love developing into a longterm, meaningful relationship is low, because relationships take more than love to work. But that doesn't mean it isn't real love you are feeling.
  • you are 14. you probably still do not even know how to wipe your butt right so you do not know what love is...yet give it a few more years
  • I was in "love" when I was 14. Lost my virginity then. It was fun, but it definitely wasn't love.
  • Only you can know if you are really in love or not. :)
  • Love comes in different shades and intensities and all things are relative. If it hurts enough or elates you enough it's probably love, albeit the young love others may not remember or recognise. What do you care what the label is anyway?.
  • Let's put it this way ... I would not invalidate your feelings by telling you -- based only on your age -- "you don't know what you're talking about". However, I would say to you, "You're 14. You're going to do a LOT of changing in the next seven to ten years -- and even more after that. The things that you feel now will change. If you really feel love now, then you may feel even more love later on. If what you feel really is love -- and if your partner feels it too and also grows into it -- then more power to you both. But the chances are much better that you will both grow into other loves, and several of them, before you find the one you think is right, AND are mature enough to make a final commitment." I'd suggest that you see how this goes, and see if it matures with you, but to keep your options open. Okay -- you're 15 now. What has happened since last year?
  • That depends on you and on the person you love. True love is a verb, not a noun. Its an action, not a feeling. You can feel attraction and lust at fourteen, but it takes an exceptionally mature fourteen year old to experience real love. I won't say that a fourteen year old can't feel that kind of love: I've known a few who did. I know one couple in their sixties who married when they were fourteen and nineteen. They were in love then and they are in love now. But that is rare. You need to understand that love is a commitment. Real love lasts a lifetime. If it doesn't, then it was never love to begin with. Real love involves daily self-sacrifice, if it doesn't, it isn't love. I'm not talking about big grandiose gestures either. I'll give you an example. For twelve years now, my husband has been cleaning the cat pans every night, without being asked, because he doesn't want me to have to touch it. For twelve years, I've been cleaning the bathroom and doing the laundry, because I don't want him to have to touch it. That is what real love is. When our daughter and my mother had cancer at the same time, I couldn't leave our child because she was nursing. My husband took care of my mother, sometimes sitting with her all night at the hospital and still going to work in the morning, because he loved me and because he loved her. When you and the person you love are both ready for that level of commitment and self-sacrifice, then you are able to love. Until then, it is infatuation or lust. Only you can know when you are mature enough for that level of love, but a good indicator would be the level of responsibility that both you and your loved one are able to take on and follow through on.
  • Sweetie love is love, just from different levels and at the end LOVE WILL ALWAYS BE LOVE!
  • Love comes in many forms. And I can guarantee that you probably feel something very strong and probably even "love" for someone else. But at your age, there are a lot of things to remember. Whether you want to admit it or not, you ARE inexperienced with life AND love. You are making a lot of decisions based on how you feel and although that is a big part of being in love, there are a lot of other things to take into consideration. So slow down, be careful, be honest and think about more than just what you are feeling!
  • Nope. It might be the case, and in my opinion, it might not be (there are married couples who fell in love when they were fourteen, and I did it), but the fact of the matter is, even if I did think you couldn't know what love is (which I don't), I wouldn't say that to you. It just seems so arrogant to tell someone what they can or can't feel - even if you totally think you're right about it.
  • I think you understand love, but not in the same way you will in a few years. Enjoy the feeling, but remember we all grow and mature and change. Just like love does. + 3
  • true to just too young now to fall in love, love is something most woman love to here. just be a kid and when you become an adult you will know what love is all about.
  • Probably
  • Know what love is not thhan you can know what it is. Ability to love or understand love is not age intingent. Just wait on the sex part.
  • No I wouldn't say that... but I would think it a possibility.
  • You are in love as a 14 year old can be. As you become older, the love will change and become deeper and more permanent. Wait to fall in love. Experience life and living first.
  • Infatuation - not love.
  • No. It is age blind. Now you may make some naive mistakes along the way, but that also is fairly age blind.
  • Love is possible at any age. Just don't tie yourself down by believing that this is the one and only, chances are you will find your "one and only" many times during your life.
  • just return the love and you'll know
  • I would ask YOU--"What makes you THINK that you "love" someone?" Now days, that word is pretty much tossed around, because people hear OTHER people use it in romantic settings. Sometimes, I feel that the TRUE meaning of the word "love"--has been "lost in translation", or getting confused with the word "lust!!"

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