Why Your First Love Will Probably Never Be Your True Love


Last Updated on 2020-01-03 , 8:32 am

We’ve all heard the notion: third time’s the charm. So really, those who are on their first and second lovers can rest assured:

It’s not gonna last long so I say “full steam ahead!”

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Alright, alright, I jest. While the third time does seem to do the trick for most love-seekers, there are those who nailed it (no pun intended) on their first and second tries. So to those first and second lovers, I say:

There might still be hope, so do not give up just yet.

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However, while the notion ‘third time’s the charm’ does have its doubters, there’s another saying that’s considerably more accepted in the love circle. And yes, it’s the headline you just read on your way here:

Why Your First Love Will Probably Never Be Your True Love

Now I bet you’re wondering; why exactly? Why can’t your first love be your one true love? What’s stopping it from happening? Is it because you’re too immature? Is it because you’re destined to be a player? Or gawd forbid, is it because your first love’s an attractive canine by the name of Lily?

Well, let me explain it all to you in simple Singaporean Singlish English.

True Love

First and foremost, I’ll have to start with the true definition of true love. What is it exactly? Is true love achieved when both partners are able to host a farting competition with minimal blush?

Is true love achieved when you look in each other’s eyes and sparks fly and your insanely evil Aunt Matilda gets electrocuted just before she spikes your food?

Well, the answer’s admittedly rather subjective, since everyone has their own definition of true love. However, just like everything else in the world, there’s a consensus that the world has come to, a notion that the vast majority agree on:

That true love’s an emotional as well as physical connection with your partner that runs immeasurably deep. Or in other words, life without your significant other would be practically…


Now, you might be confused as to what true love truly entails, and so I shall plagiarize list down a number of factors that seem to dictate true love:

  • You care about this person unconditionally.

By unconditionally, I mean unconditionally. You adore your partner with absolutely no strings attached, and no matter what circumstances you encounter, you’ll support and care for your partner without fail.

  • You fully accept your partner.
You understand your partner for the person he or she truly is, and you’ve accepted them. You don’t try to change them, you don’t try to change them into your ideal type. Rather, you’ve accepted your


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