On an interview with Quingist media team, the CEO of Jetysblog.com, Miss Jety Adaugo confessed to us on her love life.
She said “I wish I could count the number of people who told me that I love too much, That my love is too intense for some to handle, My heart is too big for anyone to carry, That I am the reason why I feel so destroyed whenever love comes to an end. When someone says, It’s okay to be loving, but you tend to love too much, I wonder how anyone could change the way that they love?”
She went ahead to tell us that it is actually with one person in her life that she expressed those words to?
She went ahead to ask “Is loving too much really categorized by my loyalty and my ability to express freely how I feel to that person in any given moment? My love doesn’t just extend to a potential partner. My love is held for you, my friends, for being my laughter and my happiness. My love is reserved for my family who accepts me and has taught me all the different aspects of love, from my parents’ beautiful marriage, my sister’s passionate arguments with her own boyfriend, and the cherishing love of a true family. My love is curious and observant, and it learns and grows, just like a child would”.
Jety was raised in the warmth of affectionate arms and motherly kisses, stories at nighttime, and being carried on supporting shoulders that would support me forever.
Miss Jety went ahead to outline the kind of lover that she can be, ” am not a reckless lover,am not too careless with my emotions, am protective of my heart, and I make sure to think before I let any of it show, my love is strong, my love is multilingual in expression to those who deserve it most, It’s an act of service when I fold your T-shirt from the night before and set it on a made bed. It’s a small gift when I share a poem that I wrote thinking of you. It’s quality time when we don’t need to attend an event of extravagance”.
There is nothing wrong with being a person who loves, and is able to show it. An almost love hurts. An almost love keeps you asking what you could have done better, or what you did wrong. But a real love, where everything is on the table, is the kind you learn from, or let continue to effloresce. You put yourself out there, your entire heart, your words, your touch, and your time. There is no coming back from it. Let your love flourish.
Learn something today. You are made of love. You were conceived out of love and passion. So bring love to someone today