<p>Have you ever fallen in Love? Do you know what Love is?</p>
<p>Plenty of teenagers have had significant others, but how many of those "I love yous" at the end of each phone conversation are not only meant, but true?</p>
<p>I have seen so many relationships rise - and rise they did; to the very pinnacle of hormonally driven entanglement, infatuation, care, and despair - only to one day fall in the blink of an eye. Two people you could call lovers, pushed over an edge; their fiery passion turned to cold disregard and bitter resentment faster than you would have thought possible. </p>
<p>Sound familiar? I'm sure to many it does. I've seen it happen all around me, and yes it's happened to me too. Did I tell her I loved her? Yes. Did I mean it? Perhaps.
But was it love? This girl is no longer a part of my life. How can I claim to have loved her when every day we go about our separate lives; when even eye contact between us is all but forbidden?</p>
<p>For the longest time I struggled with myself regarding the true meaning of love. But this thread isn't about me.</p>
<p>Have any of us young people found true love? I won't try and elaborate with a definition; I'll leave it up to each of you to define it for yourselves.</p>