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What is the difference between Love and Romance?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Nov 08, 2020

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Barry Mclean

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Barry Mclean
Barry Mclean, Sales Manager, MBA, Ewa

Answered Aug 27, 2019

Love and romance are two words which people can interchangeably use for each other sometimes, but they have their differences when carefully studied. Love is simply a deep feeling, affection, devotion, or attachment. Love is a thing that is better understood when experienced than with gathering of sense knowledge. Love is sometimes in three forms; the unconditional love, non-romantic love, and romantic love. Love is usually expressed in faith, loyalty, companionship, security, devotion, commitment, and attraction. Romance can be referred to as sexual gestures or actions that are expressed due to the feelings created by love.

Love and romance are two words which people can interchangeably use for each other sometimes, but
Romance actions or romantic expressions often help in creating a stronger bond between two people in a relationship. Love has several forms, of which one of them is just romance. One of the ways by which love can be expressed at times is romance, but both love and romance are needed in a marital relationship to sustain it. According to this question, you can easily convert 0.125 into a fraction by following the steps given above. For example, you start by dividing 0.125 by 1, after which you multiply both the numerator and the denominator by 1000 because there are three numbers after the decimal point. Therefore, we have 125/1000. You can divide this further into the purest form to give 1/8

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Barry Mclean

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Barry Mclean, Sales Manager, MBA, Ewa

Answered Jun 13, 2019

The following are the differences between Love and Romance: a. Love serves, Romance is self-centered: True love doesn’t think of itself, it helps. Love is a constant companion, even when needs are not met. Love is there to be available for the other, even in times of sickness, poverty, and stressful situations of life. In contrast, Romance is always directed at our projections, our expectations, and our fantasies. b. Love is a lifetime, and Romance is momentary: Love is forward-thinking and is in it for the long haul. Love offers in-depth communication, friendship, and long lasting sharing. Romance is that thrilling moment that seems like the peak of the relationship.

It offers adventure and intense emotions that last for a short period. c. Love is unconditional, and Romance is a feeling: Unconditional love withstand the test of time, but Romance is a feeling that comes and go. d. Love is practical, and Romance is frivolous: True love is a display of commitment and self-discipline that contributes to the survival of the relationship, but Romance is mostly seen in movies and most times, leads to divorce. Conclusively, Romance is needed in a relationship as it is, too, but love is the most important and highly essential ingredient required for any relationship. A good relationship is a good place where love and Romance can co-exist.

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