Love is Blind

Let’s talk about it!

Don’t waste your time if you haven’t seen Love is Blind season 2. Catch the highlights and keep it pushing. Two of the main characters are beyond annoying, and I don’t know if it was just me, but I fussed at the screen the entire time.

Anyway, after watching the show, I began to think about if Love is blind. 

Okay, so what does that mean? 

Love is Blind~ loving someone makes you unable to see their faults.

How true is that? I, for one, could not feel that that particular statement couldn’t be further from the truth. Maybe it will be true if we were to add different words in front of Love, such as: 

  1. Young Love is blind
  2. New Love is blind
  3. Lust but feels like Love is blind

But if we go with just Love is blind, I definitely think not. Nor should it be!

Being in Love doesn’t mean you are oblivious to red flags or maybe not even as severe as a red flag. Perhaps it’s an annoying way that someone chews; we shouldn’t turn a blind eye to that. On the other hand, if your partner spends too much money and breaks the budget week after week, let them know. Pretending to be blind to it is foolish, and NO amount of Love is worth going to the poor house.

When I hear the phrase Love is blind, I always imagine someone in a relationship with someone highly unattractive internally, externally, or perhaps both, and I feel bad for both people involved. However, in no way, shape or form is that comment positive, so if someone says that about your relationship, you need to take note and assess your situation.

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


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