Funny Love Quotes Sayings

Funny Love Quotes Sayings

Love your enemies. It really pisses them off!

To infinite, ever present Love, all is Love,
and there is no error, no sin sickness, nor death.
--Mary Baker Eddy --

Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship--never
--Charles Caleb Colton --

Sometimes I find myself making love to my own misfortune.
--Norma O. Abrego --

Put love first. Entertain thoughts that give life
And when a thought or resentment, or hurt, or fear
comes your way, have another thought that is more powerful
-- a thought that is love.
--Mary Manin Morrissey --

We must love one another or die
--W.H. Auden poem --

I love Mickey Mouse more than any woman I have ever known.
--Walt Disney --

Never sign a valentine with your own name.
--Charles Dickens --

Love: Two minds without a single thought.
--Philip Barry --

The mystery of love is greater than the mystery of death.

All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt!
--Lucy Van Pelt --

Where does the family start ? It starts with a young man
falling in love with a girl - no superior alternative has yet been found.
--Sir Winston Churchill --

Platonic love is like an inactive volcano.
--Andre Pevost --

If the universe has any purpose more important than
topping a woman you love and making a baby with her
hearty help, I have never heard of it.
--Rabert A. Henlein Lazarus Long --

Christianity has done a great deal for love by making a sin of it.
--Anatole France --

It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing.
It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in the giving.
--Mother Teresa --

He who wants to do good knocks at the gate:
he who loves finds the door open.
--Rabrindranath Tagore --

Sometimes I find myself making love to my own misfortune.
--Norma O. Abrego --

Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship--never
--Charles Caleb Colton --

Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the
imagination and bottling the common sense.
--Helen Rowland --

If you judge people, you have no time to love them.
--Mother Teresa --

One advantage of marriage It seems to me
Is that when you fall out of love with him
Or he falls out of love with you
It keeps you together until maybe you fall in again.
--Judith Viorst --

Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination
nor both together go to the making of genius.
Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius.
--Mozart --

Love teaches even asses to dance.
--French Proverb --
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Love Quotes and Sayings

Love Quotes and Sayings


Life without love is like a tree without fruit.

To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.

A lawful kiss is never worth a stolen one.

Age does not protect you from love, but love to some extent protects you from age.

The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.

Only love let’s us see normal things In an extraordinary way.

There’s always room for love; You just have to move a few things around.

Love means never having to say you’re sorry.

If you judge people, you have no time to love them.

If you love somebody, set them free. If they return, they were always yours. If they don’t, they never were.

Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship – never.

You don’t love a woman because she is beautiful, but she is beautiful because you love her.

Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get, it’s what you are expected to give — which is everything.

Love builds bridges where there are none.

Love can sometimes be magic. But magic can sometimes…just be an illusion.

The definition of a beautiful woman is one who loves me.

Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.

Love is like the sun coming out of the clouds and warming your soul.
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Elizabeth Gutiérrez Profile and Photo

Elizabeth Gutiérrez Photo and Profile - Elizabeth Gutierrez was known as a model and a telenovela actress. she is also known as the ex-partner of William Levy, last week the news about their broke up was circulated all over Internet. Many of elizabeth gutierrez fans was asking why does Elizabeth and William Separate?

Before we talk more about Elizabeth Gutierrez Relationship with William Levy why don't we look into her Biography and Profile first?

Elizabeth Gutiérrez Profile and Bio

Full Name : Elizabeth Gutiérrez Nevárez
Place of Birth : Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Date of Birth : 1 April 1979

Elizabeth was famous for her role in El Rostro de Analia and El Fantasma de Elena Telenovelas. You can read further about Elizabeth Gutierez Filmography here and now how about her relationship with william levy?

Elizabeth Gutierrez and William Levy was never married, they’re still not married, they’re engaged. And several days ago there’s a rumor about elizabeth gutierrez and william levy was separated. Elizabeth Gutierrez sent a statement announcing that she was ending their relationship for 8 years with William Levy. Here’s Elizabeth Gutierrez Statement.

Through this statement, I want to make public that I made the decision to end the relationship I have had for eight years with William Levy. I always stood firm beside William, despite persistent rumors to which then dismissed because he had no reason to doubt the strength of our union. Volume determination to end this relationship for the sake of my children and myself. I confess that the decision has not been easy, but I must respect above all as a person, wife and mother

There's still so many reason about why elizabeth gutierrez ended her relationship with william levy. for more gossips, you can follow Elizabeth Gutierrez Twitter or any other related news on the internet. here's some of my favorite elizabeth Gutierrez Photo. readmore Elizabeth Gutiérrez Best photoshoot
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Paola Turbay: a Colombian-American actress of Lebanese descent, model, and television presenter

Paola Turbay Gómez (born November 29, 1970 in Houston, USA) is a Colombian-American actress of Lebanese descent, model, and television presenter.

Turbay represented Bogotá in the Miss Colombia beauty pageant, which she won in 1991. She was the first runner-up in the 1992 Miss Universe competition.

After finishing her studies in psychology at the Universidad de los Andes, Turbay focused on her career as a model and presenter in entertainment news segments on Noticias QAP and Noticiero C newscasts, as well as an actress, with shows like Hola Paola ("Hello Paola") during the 1990s. In 2005 she was the official presenter, with Miguel Varoni, of the National Beauty Pageant. She has also made cameo appearances in several Colombian series like O todos en la cama, Ecomoda (sequel to Betty la fea) and Leche ("Milk").

After studying acting in Hollywood, Florida, Turbay became the main character of the RCN TV comedy Noticias calientes ("Hot News") in 2002. Two years later she would star the telenovela Las noches de Luciana ("The Nights of Luciana") and in 2006 would present the Colombian version of Dancing with the Stars, Bailando por un Sueño. Paola has also made brief appearances in films such as Lenny the Wonder Dog and Love in the Time of Cholera.

In 2007, Turbay played Isabel Vega on the CBS series Cane, which was canceled in May 2008 after only one season. In 2008 she has been participating as a recurring guest star on the ABC series The Secret Life of the American Teenager. She also guested on the Showtime series Californication (Season 2, ep. 8, "Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills") and had a recurring role as an LAPD detective during the fifth season of TNT's The Closer.

On Jan. 6, 2010, she played the role of Beatriz on the CBS series The Mentalist (Season 3, ep. 11, "Bloodsport").

Paola has been cast on the role of Antonia Gavilán for the fourth season of the HBO series True Blood airing in 2011.

Starting in 2010, she had a recurring role on Royal Pains as Marissa Cassaras, Boris's love interest, and mother of his son.
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Norkys Batista: Venezuelan actress, model and former beauty pageant

Norkys Yelitza Batista Villarroel (born August 30, 1977) is a Venezuelan actress, model and former beauty pageant titleholder.

Batista was born in Caracas, Venezuela to Luis Batista, a chief of staff of a company, and Migdalis Villarroel Batista, a housewife. Batista was raised in a low-income neighborhood in southwestern Caracas.

She started off doing many television commercials and gateway. She worked as a promoter of several commercial. During that time studying business administration, but had to travel to the United States because she was offered a job as a model. When the quota had already returned to study Advertising & Marketing at the University Simon Rodriguez, who was at that time that he liked. Its beginnings on television were working as a model in the programmes "Gente de la Manaña" and "Atrevete a Soñar" in the lottery "Triple Gordo" as well as co-leader of "La Tropa de Vacaciones" on Channel RCTV.

She was awarded first runner-up in the Miss Venezuela beauty contest in 1999. In Colombia, was first runner and "most beautiful face" in the Reign International Coffee (2000). And then, in Uruguay, the United States and El Salvador, was crowned Miss Atlantic, Miss America, Miss Mesoamerica International, respectively.

Norkys brought has two successful calendars (2004 and 2006) and a line of underwear.
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Amparo Grisales: a decades Colombian actress and model

Amparo Grisales (born September 19, 1956 in Manizales, Colombia) is a Colombian actress and model who has been active for decades. She's best known for her roles in Spanish-language telenovelas. One of the most acknowledged is her leading role in the original version of El Cuerpo del Deseo, called En Cuerpo Ajeno, opposite leading man Danilo Santos. She is also starring in Las muñecas de la mafia in 2010. She has one of the leading roles as Lucrecia.

Grisales is starring in the 2007 Telemundo serial Madre Luna ("Mother Moon") in a title role specifically created for her.
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Joana Benedek: a Mexican-Romanian actress

Joana Benedek (born January 21, 1972 in Bucharest, Romania) is a Mexican-Romanian actress.

She left her native land in search of work. She first moved to Venezuela before moving to Mexico. In Caracas she continued to study, but later left her studies to work as a model.

In 1997 she signed a contract with a prestigious cosmetics company in New York. During her stay in the city, she decided to study acting in the Academy of Susan Grace.

She was later discovered by a Mexican producer, which began her career as an actress in Mexico.

Sirena, Amigas y Rivales, and Angela are some of the melodramas in which the actress has participated.
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Patricia Manterola: a Mexican singer, actress, model, and fashion designer

Patricia Manterola (born Bertha Patricia Manterola Carrión on April 23, 1972) is a Mexican singer, actress, model, and fashion designer born in Mexico City

Patricia Manterola Carrion was born to Jorge Manterola and Maria Dolores Carrion, the second of three children. Her brother, Jorge, is 11 months older than her, and her younger sister, Michelle, who shares the same birth date as Patricia, is eight years younger.

Paty—as she is also known—attended elementary school at "Colegio Miguel Angel" and "Franco-Espanol." She studied at "Colegio Oxford" in Cuernavaca during her middle school years, where she lived with her extended family for a while. For high school she attended "Tecnologico de Monterey" de Cuernavaca and graduated in Mexico City at "Colegio Miguel Angel."

In addition to her academics, Paty studied dance, voice, and music. She was the main voice in the chorus of the "Miguel Angel Institute." Since she was a little girl she demonstrated an affinity for the entertainment world, participating in school plays, until at the age of nine, she was part of the musical comedy "Anita la Huerfanita," (Little Orphan Annie).

Later, at the age of 12, she was part of the festival "Juguemos a Cantar," together with her brother, Jorge, and two friends, she made it to the finals, which allowed her to record on a compilation album edited for the festival.

Manterola soon entered the world of modeling, which allowed her to meet the Mexican producer Luis de Llano, in 1989, creator of the band, Timbiriche and a successful producer of telenovelas (soap operas). De Llano eventually suggested she audition for the group, but noticing her talent, invited her to be part of a new project known as Garibaldi banda

On April 17, 1999, Paty married Javier Ortiz, a fellow ex-member of Garibaldi. Yet they divorced a little over five years later, in 2005. In a joint letter to the media, Manterola and Ortiz addressed their separation and asked for the public to respect their privacy during this difficult time. She married Forrest Kolb on December 12, 2010 in Xcaret on the Mayan Rivera, Mexico. They were married in a small private wedding with 200 guests and she was dressed by her close friend, Nicolas Felizola.

Manterola made her acting debut with "¿Dónde Quedó La Bolita?" (1993), a comedy featuring Garibaldi. In 1994, after a Garibaldi live performance in Acapulco, Manterola launched her solo career with the release of "Hambre de Amor." Paty's newfound notoriety allowed her to make the smooth transition into acting. Soon thereafter, Paty earned roles in various telenovelas (soap opera) such as "Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma" (1995) and "Gente Bien" (1997). She received the newcomer of the year award from the Latin American soap opera magazine, TV y Novelas for her portrayal of Lorena on "Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma."

Within a few years, Manterola was a sought after star, acting in several telenovelas such as: "Los Angeles de Charlie" (Charlie's Angels), "Apuesta por un Amor" (Gamble for Love), and "Destilando Amor." She has also done cameo appearances in "Ugly Betty," Muchas Muchachas and in La Fea Mas Bella.

While Manterola has received greater acclaim in her native Mexico, she has also had a transnational impact by appearing in American television and films. For instance, she has appeared in HBO's Arli$$, Souvenir (1997), The Hazard City (2000), The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood (2000), and Carman: The Champion (2001).

In her role as Gabriela in the Dukes of Hazzard movie, Manterola demonstrated her bilingual ability as her character was pitted as Bo Duke's (John Schneider) love interest. A few years prior to the movie's release, she had enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to study English.

In addition, Manterola has roles in the upcoming movies, The Singer (2008) and The Perfect Game (2009).

Manterola has also been a noted defender of animal rights. On her personal website, Manterola declares: "Hasta los animales mas exoticos merecen vivir en libertad." ("Even the most exotic animals deserve to live in freedom.")
As such, in 2001 she posed nude on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In 2004, she protested Kentucky Fried Chicken's cruel treatment of chickens and urged the multimillion dollar corporation to adhere to a kindler, gentler methodology. More recently, Paty has advocated on behalf of the Monarch butterflies that migrate from Alaska to the Mexican state of Michoacán. She donated personal jewelry which was sold at auction to further the cause.[7]
Manterola's altruism is not solely restricted to animal rights and the environment. In January 2006, she personally donated 1,500 toys for the children of the Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo in Chapultepec. "No hay con qué pagar la sonrisa de un niño," Manterola said. ("A child's smile is priceless.") In 2007, Patricia joined the Baja Una Estrella Foundation to help in the development of education, health, and social development for poor communities in Mexico
Since 2004, Manterola planned to open a business in the Mexican city of Puebla, launching her own line of jeans, "B-good," suitable for everybody (fat, slim, pregnant, children, etc.).

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Natalia Ramírez: a Colombian television actress

Natalia Ramírez is a Colombian television actress.

She is perhaps best known for her appearance as Marcela Valencia in Yo Soy Betty, la Fea (English language: I Am Betty, the Ugly), a comedy-drama telenovela first aired (1999–2001) on RCN TV in Colombia.

In addition to her appearance on Yo Soy Betty, la Fea, Ramírez has since 1988 appeared in at last fifteen other television productions.
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Kika Edgar: a Mexican actress and singer

Kika Edgar (born Sandra Ericka Edgar Garza on January 9, 1985 in Tampico, Tamaulipas), is a Mexican actress and singer.

Starting her career primarily in theater and musicals, she has become well-known in Mexico, starring in telenovelas such as Amor Real and Contra Viento y Marea. It wasn't until 2006 when she started her singing career with help of the fame she gained for her singing in the Mexican reality show Cantando por un Sueño. Since then, Kika has released two solo albums, and being referred to as La Nueva Gran Intérprete de México ("The New Great Interpret of Mexico")

Edgar began her career by studying acting and singing in the Centro de Educación Artística de Televisa (CEA). She specialized in ballet dancing, since she aspired to become a professional artist.
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Sandra Echeverría: a Mexican actress and singer

Sandra Echeverría Gamboa (commonly referred to as Sandra Echeverría) is a Mexican actress and singer. She was born on December 11, 1984 in Mexico.

Sandra Echeverria was born in Mexico. Sandra Echeverría is best known for her starring role in the Telemundo series Marina.

When Sandra was 14 years old, she became a member of the group "Perfiles" which later changed its name to "Crush". With this group, Sandra was able to record 2 albums and perform in more than 200 concerts. Among Crush's songs are: "Puede ser", "Eres tú", "Si tú te vas".

In 2002, she starred in TV Azteca's Súbete A Mi Moto where she worked with Bárbara Mori, Michel Brown, among others.

In 2004, she led the second season of TV Azteca's "Soñarás".

In 2006, she starred in the Telemundo production, Marina, opposite Mauricio Ochmann. Her co-protagonist, however, was eventually replaced by Manolo Cardona.

In 2008, she played the girlfriend of High School Musical Star Corbin Bleu in Free Style (film).

She is also to take part in "El Diez" with Alfonso Herrera. The movie, whose story revolves around football, is set to premiere next year, to coincide with the World Cup in South Africa.

She is reunited with Mauricio Ochmann in El Clon, a joint venture of Rede Globo and Telemundo.

In 2010, she leads the first science fiction movie in Mexico, 2033.

In 2011, she starred in Televisa's La fuerza del destino although she is still under Telemund
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Vanessa Claudio: a Mexican an actress, model and TV personality

Vanessa Claudio is a Puerto Rican beauty pageant contestant, who is currently working as an actress, model and TV personality in Mexico.

Vanessa competed at the Miss Intercontinental 2006 pageant held on October 15, 2006 in Nassau, Bahamas representing her country Puerto Rico. On the final night of the pageant, Vanessa placed in the semifinals in which she then became one of the final five finalists, later resulting as the 1st Runner-up and winning the award for Miss Congeniality.

Since her arrival in Mexico, Vanessa has achieved success in the fields of acting, modeling and television. Her most recognizable work has been appearing in episodes of the TV series El Pantera, working as a TV reporter for the talk shows such as Véngache pa'cá and Venga la Alegría, as well as being featured in numerous magazines including gracing the cover of MAX and H para hombres which is the leading Men's magazine in Mexico.
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Paulina Goto: a Mexican actress, singer, and television hostess

Paulina Gomez Torres, known professionally as Paulina Goto, (born July 29, 1991) is a Mexican actress, singer, and television hostess best known for her debut role as 'Andrea Paz' in the Mexican youth telenovela telenovela Niña de mi Corazón.

Paulina Gomez Torres was born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. As a child, Paulina actively particiapated in dance classes including ballet and rhythmic gymnastics. She completed for her state, nationally, and internationally in rhythmic gymnastics competitions. Torres spent her childhood and adolescence in Tampico, Tamaulipas before making the permanent move to Mexico City with her family when she was cast as the protagonist in the telenovela, Niña de mi Corazón in January 2010. Paulina's stage name "Goto" is derived from the first two letters of her surnames. Torres is fluent in Spanish and English.

Paulina's earliest television role was a hosting job on the youth TV news show, "Roomies", which was produced for Televisa del Golfo. Goto spent a year on the show before leaving in 2009. At age 17, she began attending acting classes at Televias's famed acting school, Centro de Educación Artístic in Mexico City. A year after being accepted into the school, Paulina was spotted by director Pedro Damian (best known for his work with the Mexican group, RBD) and casted as the lead in an updated version of his 1997 telenovela, Mi Pequeña Traviesa. For her role as Andrea Paz, Goto was also required to cut her hair in order to play Paz's imaginary twin brother, Andres Paz. Filming for Niña de Mi Corazon began in January 2010 in Mexico City and ended in July 2010. The telenovela premiered on March 8, 2010 in Mexico and ended on July 9, 2010. It premiered on Univision in the U.S. on February 23, 2011. In the spring of 2011, Goto announced via Twitter that she had been casted in the play El Knack alongside Mexican actors, José Ángel Bichir and Odiseo Bichir. In July 2011, Paulina was confirmed as the protagonist for Televisa's newest youth telenovela, Miss XV. Miss XV is a remake of the famous 1987 telenovela, Quinceañera", starring Thalía and Adela Noriega. Goto auditioned for the show in June 2011. Mexican actress, Danna Paola was originally considered for the lead role, but dropped out before casting was finalized. Filming for the telenovela is expected to commence in October 2011 in Mexico City.

Following the success of Niña de mi Corazón, Paulina signed a contract with Sony Music Mexico in the spring of 2010 to record and release her own album as a solo artist. Before the album's release, two songs Mio and A Peasar del Tiempo were used on her show to promote the upcoming release of the CD. On June 7, 2010, her first single, 'Mio' was released digitally and phyiscally to both iTunes and MixUp stores throughout Mexico. The music video was filmed in May 2010 and released in conjunction with the final episodes of Niña de Mi Corazon. Paulina released her self-titled debut album on June 22, 2010. During its first week of release, the album charted at number 7 on Mexico's Top Album charts for iTunes. To promote her CD, Goto performed at various radio shows and festivals in Mexico and Central America throughout the remainder of the year. At the end of 2010, Paulina lent her vocals to the song La Vida es un cuento de hadas real for the movie, Barbie, Barbie Moda Mágica en Paris.The album's second's single, Vete al Diablo will be released sometime in 2011. As part of promotion for her debut album, Paulina was invited to Brazil to perform as an opening act for Dulce Maria's ExtranjeraOnTour in late May 2011; she was the opening act for all five Brazilian dates.
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Zharick León: a Colombian actress

Zharick León born on 17 November 1974 at Cartagena, Colombia

Became a big sexual icon in South America after her role in "Pasión de Gavilanes" (2004)

Was majoring in communications when she decided to move to Bogotá, Colombia and pursue acting.

Went to Miami, Florida to audition amongst many talented actresses for the part of "Rosario Montes" in the famous Colombian soap-opera "Pasión de Gavilanes" (2004), where she blew the casting judges away with her talent and good looks.

On 7th of July 2008 she gave birth to her first child, son Lucian. The father is her boyfriend, Argentinian actor Martin Karpan.
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Sonya Smith: an Venezuelan actress

Sonya Eleonora Smith Jacquet (born April 23, 1972) is an Venezuelan actress best known for her roles in telenovelas.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she is the daughter of Venezuelan actress Ileana Jacquet and Federico Albertini Smith, who is part-Colombian and part-American. Smith grew up in Venezuela and identifies herself with Venezuelan culture.

Her breakthrough came in the early 1990s when she played Estrellita Montenegro, the main character in Cara Sucia, her most successful telenovela as the lead actress. Smith remains a popular actress not only in Venezuela, also in other countries where her telenovelas have shown. In 2006, she returned to telenovelas with Olvidarte Jamás, her biggest hit as the lead actress since Cara Sucia, which was shot in Miami. Later, in 2007, she reappeared in Acorralada, in which she was one of the main stars and which has been a huge success. There, she was Fedora Gaviota.

During 2005, Smith made her Hollywood debut, playing Angela LaSalle in Cyxork 7, where she acted alongside Ray Wise. In 2007 she participated in another Hollywood film, Ladrón que roba a Ladrón, where she shared credits with actors, Fernando Colunga, Gabriel Soto, Miguel Varoni, and Saul Lizaso among others.

In 2007 she acted in Telemundo's Pecados Ajenos, where she played her first antagonist role, the hysterical Elena Torres.

In 2010 she acted in Telemundo's ¿Dónde Está Elisa?, where she played Dana Riggs Altamira.

Smith secretly married Mexican actor Gabriel Porras, her co-star in the telenovela Olvidarte Jamas, on 29 February 2008. They reside in Miami, Florida.
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Compassionate and Passionate Love

Psychologist Elaine Hatfield has described two different types of love: compassionate love and passionate love. Compassionate love involves feelings of mutual respect, trust and affection, while passionate love involves intense feelings and sexual attraction.

Hatfield defined passionate love as: "A state of intense longing for union with another. Passionate love is a complex functional whole including appraisals or appreciations, subjective feelings, expressions, patterned physiological processes, action tendencies, and instrumental behaviors. Reciprocated love (union with the other) is associated with fulfillment and ecstasy. Unrequited love (separation) with emptiness, anxiety, or despair".

Factors Influencing Passionate and Compassionate Love
Some of the factors associated with passionate love include:
Timing: Being "ready" to be in love with another person is essential.
Early attachment styles: Securely attached individuals tend to form deeper, longer lasting love, while those who are anxiously attached tend to fall in and out of love quickly.
Similarity: Hatfield and Rapson note that we tend to fall passionately in love with people who are relatively good looking, personable, affectionate and similar to ourselves.

While passionate love is intense, it is generally very fleeting. Researchers have looked at how relationships progress among new couples, newlyweds and those married for a longer time and found that while passionate love is more intense at the beginning of relationships, it tends to give way to compassionate love that is focused on intimacy and commitment.

Passionate love may be quick to fade, but compassionate love endures.
Final Thoughts
While research on love has flourished over the past 20 years, Hatfield’s early research on this topic was not without critics. During the 1970s, U.S. Senator William Proxmire railed against researchers who were studying love and derided the work as a waste of taxpayer dollars. Other defended Hafield's and other researchers important work, noting that if psychologists could understand patterns of human love, then perhaps they could also understand divorce and failed relationships.

Despite the debate, the work created by Hatfield and her colleagues contributed tremendously to our understanding of love and inspired further research on attraction, attachment and interpersonal relationships.
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Altair Jarabo: a Mexican actress

Altair Jarabo García (born August 7, 1986, in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress, best known for portraying roles in Mexican telenovelas Subete a Mi Moto (2002), Inocente de Ti (2004), Código Postal (2006) and Al Diablo con los Guapos (2007) and En Nombre del Amor (2008). She has a brother named Jorge Jarabo Garcia.

Already well-known as a fashion model in Mexico, Altair Jarabo debuted in 2002 in, Subete a Mi Moto, in a role of Gaby, co-starring Vanessa Acosta and Sandra Echeverría.

She became popular worldwide portraying Isela in 2004 the telenovela Inocente de Tí, co-starring Camila Sodi, Valentino Lanús and Helena Rojo. In 2005, she appeared in the telenovela El Amor No Tiene Precio as Vanessa.

Jarabo portrayed Afrodita Carvajal in 2006 telenovela for teenagers Código Postal. It was kind of remix of famous television series Beverly Hills, 90210 and Baywatch. Although it was successful worldwide, it was not so successful in Mexico.

In 2007, the audience saw her as Catherine in Lola...Érase una vez and Valeria in Al Diablo con los Guapos. She appeared on Premios TVyNovelas 2008 event. In 2008, she appeared as Romina in En Nombre del Amor, then in 2009 she replaced Vannya Valencia as Lorena Mendizabal in Mi Pecado. Her most recent telenovela is Llena de amor.
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Martha Higareda: a Mexican actress

Martha Elba Higareda Cervantes (born August 24, 1983) is a Mexican actress.

Higareda was born in Villahermosa, Tabasco, the daughter of actress Martha Cervantes and artist Jose Luis Higareda, and sister of the actress Miriam Higareda. Her debut was participating in various plays like Bang, Don Juan Tenorio, La Fonda de las Siete Cabrillas, La Casa de Té en la Luna de Agosto, Mujercitas, Muerte Que Te Quiero Muerte, La Corbata, Flores Para Chava Flores and Niñas Mal. She also appeared in diverse advertising campaigns and video clips. It is not until 1999, when she receives her first professional debut as a show hostess in Disney Channel’s "Zapping Zone". After that she also appeared in other Mexican soaps like Carita de Ángel and "Cara o Cruz."

In 2002, Higareda finally appeared in her first movie as a protagonist. The movie "Amarte Duele", directed by Fernando Sariñana, in which she shares credits with Luis Fernando Peña and Alfonso Herrera. A year after, she debut as a protagonist in the Mexican soap opera, "Enamórate", TV Azteca Mexican TV chain, next to Yahir, where she also shared credits with Martha Cristiana, Fernando Sarfati, and Amara Villafuerte. In 2004, she participates in another protagonist for “Las Juanas” another of TV Azteca’s soap opera.

In 2005, Higareda returned with the movie "Siete Días", next to Jaime Camil, in which she interprets a girl whose dream is to make U2 come to the city of Monterrey, in less than a week. She also appeared in the Mexican movie, “Fuera del Cielo” which was first named "El Malboro y el Cucú". In 2007, she came with her latest production "Niñas Mal", directed by Fernando Sariñana where she shared credits with Camila Sodi and Ximena Sariñana. She also finished the production of a movie named "Borderland" where she shares credits with Brian Presley and Beto Cuevas. In 2008, she appeared in the film Street Kings, sharing credits with Keanu Reeves, Hugh Laurie, and Forest Whitaker. In 2010, she appeared in the prequel to the crime/action film Smokin Aces, Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball, as a deadly female assassin with poisonous lips.
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Danna Paola: a Mexican actress and singer

Danna Paola Rivera Munguía (born June 23, 1995 in Distrito Federal, Mexico) is a Mexican actress and singer better known as Danna Paola. She is best known for playing Amy in the Amy: La Niña de la Mochila Azul with the Mexican singer Tatiana. She has also performed in other telenovelas like Querida Enemiga and Muchachitas. She appeared in the 2009 telenovela Atrevete a Soñar.

Danna Paola was born on June 23, 1995 in Mexico City. She is the daughter of Patricia Munguia and Juan Jose Rivera, the former singer of Grupo Ciclón and Los Caminantes

The telenovela Maria Belen was broadcasted in over 17 countries worldwide with great acceptance and rating, even brought a doll with its image in Brazil, managed to sell over 200 thousand units. It was about a little girl living a normal life and then noticing that she met her dad.

In 2003 participates in the program now for 8 months driving next to Juan Jose Ulloa, also involved in the play Regina, next to Lucero, participating in the musical CD.

In 2004, she stars in her second soap opera Amy, la niña de la mochila azul, sharing credits with Pedro Armendáriz Jr. and Tatiana recorded out two CDs and a DVD with great success and doing a musical tour with the cast throughout the republic. She was also involved that year in her second play Anita la huerfanita, giving life to the protagonist.

In 2009 she got her first starring in a telenovela called Atrévete a Soñar. She played a teenage girl named Patito Castro who was bullied by another teenage girl called Antonela. She also participated in the disc of the same soap opera.The theme song was Mundo de caramelo.
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Adriana Fonseca: a Mexican actress

Adriana Fonseca Castellanos (born March 16, 1979 in Veracruz, Veracruz) is a Mexican actress.

Adriana started her acting career performing in a local television show. At the age of 16 she was accepted in C.E.A. (Centro de Education Artistica) in Mexico. Winning the award in the competition "El rostro de El Heraldo de México" in 1997,[1] she participated in the soap opera La Usurpadora.

Adriana had an important role in the soap opera Rosalinda next to Thalia where she played the little sister of Rosalinda, Lucy.

She had her first protagonistic role in the soap opera Amigos Por Siempre next to Ernesto LaGuardia and other talented actors and actresses. She combined this soap opera with a theater performance Mama nos guita los novios with famous personalities such as Angelica Maria, Hulio Aleman. Adriana also had some roles in other soap operas such as Gotita de amor, Preciosa but the role of Rosalinda's sister gave her tremendous exposure. Now Adriana comes back to star with Rene Strickler in a ten-episode soap opera called Mujer Bonita where she plays a beautiful woman named Charito. Adriana is one the brightest new stars of novelas. She used to model, and 1999 was the year of her big break, when she landed roles on Gotita de Amor, Preciosa, and La Usurpadora. At 1998's Premios Lo Nuestro, she won the award for Rostro del Año.

She has recently gained tremendous exposure in the high profile role of Rosalinda's sister Lucy on Rosalinda.
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Witchcraft, Love Potion, Love Spells, Love Charm

Witchcraft, Love Potion, Love Spells, Love Charm

By M.S. Beltran

Looking to put a spark of magic into your relationship? Try a little Witchcraft!

Witchcraft is an ancient art which utilizes the powers of nature and the mind to bring about a desired effect. Specific combinations of natural elements draw specific energies. One can tap these energies by stimulating the senses to induce altered states of consciousness that intensify moods and feelings.

A skeptic, are you? What have you got to lose? Follow these simple but powerful ways to conjure up some romance:

Love Potion #9: In a small pot, simmer a half cup of jojoba oil and, moving your spoon clockwise, stir in 9 drops each of the following essential oils: ambergris, cinnamon, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, musk, orange blossom, rose, violet, and ylang ylang. Let cool and store in a dark glass container. Dab yourself with it as you would your favorite perfume before a night out (or a night in) to drive your loved one wild with desire.

Enchanting Brew: Pour a quart of red wine or grape juice in a non-reactive pot and warm to a near simmer. In a doubled piece of cheesecloth place two cinnamon sticks, a teaspoon of rose petals,   teaspoon each of ginger and cloves, a wedge of orange peel and a piece of fresh ginger. Gather and tie the bundle tightly with butcher's string, and place it in the liquid to steep. Taste the brew every few minutes until the flavors have been infused, but remove the bundle before they become overpowering. Chill if desired. Share a glass with your loved one and toast to an enchanting evening.

Lust Spell: Nothing can spark the flame of love like candle magic. The element of fire has long been associated with romance. Before an encounter-- all the better if the moon is full-- obtain a red taper candle and a vial of rose oil. Carve your name and your mate's name into the wax with a pin. Anoint the candle with oil by rubbing it from top to bottom while envisioning your loved one. Visualize all the desire you feel for that person while mentally pouring that energy into the candle. Place the candle in a holder and light it. All the energy you have put into it will be released into the universe to take its course. For safety, do not leave candles burning unattended.

Herbal Bath: In a piece of doubled cheese cloth, place a tablespoon each of dried rose hips, lavender buds, and bay leaves. Wrap the herbs in the cloth and tie at the top with a pink ribbon. Fill a tub of hot water, toss in the herbal bath and sink into it to awaken loving energies. Even better-- invite your mate to join you for a soak!

The Magic Touch: To increase your partner's sexual energy, massage your partner at the base of the palm, just above the wrist crease. This pressure opens up an energy channel straight to the heart chakra (a major energy vortex of the body), from which springs passion and love.

Love Charm: To draw love into your life, cut a three by three inch square of aluminum foil. All metals have attractive properties, and work much like a lightening rod which draws electricity from the atmosphere. Sprinkle a pinch each of dried parsley, rosemary, and thyme onto the center of the foil. Carefully fold the foil to keep the herbs sealed inside. Keep it against your heart to attract loving energies to yourself.
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Ariadne Díaz: a Mexican actress

Ariadne Díaz (born August 17, 1986 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco) is a Mexican actress who graduated from the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) of Televisa and whose debut soap opera was Muchachitas como tú in 2007.

Díaz was cast as a main antagonist in Al diablo con los guapos starring Allisson Lozz. She was also the daughter of the villain "Barbara Greco" in Mañana Es Para Siempre. In 2010, Díaz was given her first starring role portraying a chubby, charismatic girl in Llena de Amor.
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Zuria Vega: a Mexican actress

Zuria Vega is a Mexican actress. Daughter of actor Gonzalo Vega and Leonora Sisto, she is the third of three siblings: Marimar Vega, also actress and Gonzalo Vega. She currently works for Grupo Televisa.

She was born in Ciudad de México, the 10th of January 1989. She started her career as a girl as an axtra in the play "La Señora Presidente" protagonized and directed by her father. At age 17 she was selected to participate in the series S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos as "Roberta", daughter of Luz María Zetina. In January 2008, Roberto Gómez Fernández and Giselle González gave her the role of "Renata Higareda" in the telenovela Alma de Hierro alongside Alejandro Camacho y Blanca Guerra among others. In January 2009, the producer Nathalie Lartilleux gave her the starring role in Mar de amor where she played Estrella Marina alongside Mario Cimarro.

In 2010, she participated in the third season of Mujeres asesinas. In 2011, she participated in the first season of El Equipo, she played by Magda Saenz, Team Policia Federal.
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Yadhira Carrillo: an actress and former beauty queen

Yadhira Carrillo Villalobos (born May 12, 1972 in Aguascalientes, México) is an actress and former beauty queen.

Yadhira Carrillo was chosen Nuestra Belleza Aguascalientes (Our Beauty of Aguascalientes) in 1994. After this she entered the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA) to prepare for a career in performing arts.

During her studies at CEA she stood out as a talented and driven student. Carrillo was rewarded for her hard work by producer Carla Estrada with an offer for the role of Teresa in the telenovela Te Sigo Amando (I still love you). She worked with Estrada again playing Josefina in María Isabel, alongside Adela Noriega and Fernando Carrillo.

After appearing in several episodes of Mujer, casos de la vida real (Woman: Real Life Cases) portraying a villain in the TV-special Mas allá de la Usurpadora, she received her first co-starring role in El Niño Que Vino del Mar (The Boy Who Came From The Sea).

The talent and acting capacity of Carrillo drew the attention of Ernesto Alonso, prompting him to offer her the role of the antagonist in El Precio de Tú Amor. (The Price of your Love) Mr. Telenovela offered her the role of protagonist in his 2002 novela La Otra (The Other Woman), where she played two characters who are polar opposites. These are Carlota Guillen, a good natured daughter who is abused, subjugated and manipulated by her mother, and Cordelia Portugal, a Machiavelian, treacherous, manipulative gold digger.

In addition to her career in Mexico, Carrillo debuted abroad with a role in the Spanish telenovela El Secreto (The secret), in which she plays a perverse ex fiancée of the protagonist, played by Mexican actor Eduardo Capetillo.

In 2004 Carrillo was the protagonist in Amarte es mi Pecado (Loving you is my sin), alongside Sergio Sendel and Alessandra Rosaldo, produced by Alonso. That same year, she played a special guest star role in Rubí, as Elena Navarro.

In 2005 she starred in Barrera de Amor (Barrier of love).
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Everlasting Love Quotes

"When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible." 
~ Unknown.

"Among you're friends, I care for you the most. Among you're friends, I love you the most. Among you're friends, you hurt me the most. 'Because I know that's all I am to you… among your friends…"
~ Unknown.

Knowing that I will have you makes me glad; losing you will surely make me sad. I know you don't need me bad nor do I want you bad it's just that your the BEST I ever had...
~ Unknown.

"It's been said that you only truly fall in love once, but I don't believe it. Every time I see you, I fall in love all over again."
~ Unknown.

"I can never love enough, I can never give enough of what you need, I can never sense   what's needed when most needed. I know it's not good enough. I'm not good enough but damn! I Love You."
~ Unknown.
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María Elisa Camargo: an Ecuadorian actress

María Elisa Camargo (born December 21, 1985 in Guayaquil, Ecuador) is an Ecuadorian actress. She played the character of María Alegría Pimiento in the Colombian telenovela "La Marca del Deseo". She also appeared in the Verano de amor (as Isabela Rocca, the main antagonist/villain in the series).
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Lorena Herrera: a Mexican actress

Lorena Herrera (born Lorena Herrera de la Vega February 18, 1967 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa) is a Mexican actress.

Lorena moved with her family to Mexico City, where she began a career as a fashion model. She became highly successful in Mexico, and gained an international reputation, posing for advertiments in Mexico and South America. Despite this, few among the general public knew her name. As a model, she won the "Look of the Year" contest, awarded in Mexico.

Lorena then began working in Mexico's Low budget films. She has been involved in more than fifty films since she began her career as an actress in Soap operas.

She also has a discography in total of six albums, five are studio album and one is remixes album named Soy(Remix) released in 1997.

Lorena is currently promoting her latest album Desnudame El Alma, released on June the 12th. the first single taken from the album is called "Ya".

Lorena Herrera met producer Emilio Larrosa, who had Televisa connections. Larrosa gave her a chance to star in his production "Muchachitas" ("Young Girls"), which was a huge hit across Latin America.

She was then hired to participate in the mega-hit telenovela, "Dos mujeres, un camino", where she played the mistress of a villain. Although her participation in that soap opera was relatively short (she joined the drama after about half of the chapters had been filmed, and her character was killed off before the ending). She caused a sensation, becoming a sex symbol across Mexico and Latin America.

Lorena Herrera has since acted in many other telenovelas, including "El premio mayor". She is also a singer, having released various Mexican music CDs and toured Mexico and the United States. She has been approached by Playboy Mexico to pose nude for that magazine (She appeared in the Mexican Playboy in the December 1987 issue, under the name "Bárbara Ferrat"). She has also released various calendars in which she assumed sensual poses.

On the Univision show, "El Gordo y la Flaca", Lorena shared a bathtub with "El Gordo", Raul De Molina.

She worked as the evil stepmother of Lola (Monserrat) in Lola...Erase Una Vez.She is the mother of Grettell Valdez which interprets Carlota in Lola and she is also the mother of Zoraida Gomez in the soap opera Lola.

She has said that she likes singing, but acting is her favorite activity.

She has worked with Carla Estrada,Emilio Larosa,Pedro Damian and other producers.

She said recently on the "Mentiras y Verdades" show that she did not like to make novelas with Emilio Larrosa after "El Premio Mayor" told her that her part was going to be the antagonist. Her character appeared less and less and said stupid things.
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