In LOVE we feel the closeness, the belonging. We want to feel that it’s safe to give ourselves and to be loved unconditionally. We want to be physically close, as in no distance between us. We want to know the other, to be familiar and to feel the warmth of that. We want to feel comforted by their physical nearness. But in DESIRE, we want something else – something unpredictable and exciting. There might be love. There might be commitment. There might be a solid friendship at its core. But that doesn’t mean there will be Desire in a long-term relationship.  Psychotherapist and relationship expert Esther Perel explores the question, how do Love and Desire relate? She says:

“Love is to have, but Desire is to want”.

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