How many women believe Love is a lost art?

By Chicken Strip . Created on Apr 22, 2021
Lifestyle 161 votes | 8 Comments
75%

75%

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60%

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4 weeks ago
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Chenita said 5 days ago
Love is lost art because a man is cool with women.
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Chuck said 3 weeks ago
Who cares?
Brian said 4 weeks ago
“Memory, prophecy, and fantasy - The past, the future, and the dreaming moment between. Are all in one country, living one immortal day. To know that is Wisdom. To use it is the Art. - Clive Barker, The Great and Secret Show. Read into that what you will.
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MarieN said 4 weeks ago
Love is an "art", how so? Perhaps "romance" is a lost art, or not. I think the choices are too limited, and the question is too vague. Sorry. :-(
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Fred Zacher said 4 weeks ago
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alfromal said 4 weeks ago
Art who? 😎
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Joker said 4 weeks ago
It needs to get lost. Then my sister will stop deluding herself that she's in a good relationship just because some loser drops the L word too much. That just shows the insincerity.
Brian said 4 weeks ago
I am not female, but don't think love is a lost art. I could quote the famous Corinthians passage or many other things, but to me love is like The Force in Star Wars...it surrounds us, penetrates us, binds the galaxy together. You can tap into it and use it for good or bad. Perhaps that is an 'art', but it is not lost.
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Fred Zacher said 4 weeks ago
This is a psychological argument developed by Fromm in a 1956 Book. Fromm presents love as an activity, a skill that can be taught and developed, rejecting the idea of love as a magical and mysterious sensation that cannot be analyzed and explained. He focuses on love as a permanent state of being, as opposed to the short-lived experience of "falling in love" or being helpless in the face of love. Fromm calls the de...
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