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  1. Missing someone isn't always a weakness. But on the other hand, you miss the person, think about them day and night, forget about yourself, being thinking about something else. This is what makes it weaker, and not your minute-long “I miss you” half an hour after parting. Admitting that you miss someone is easy. In our time, this word has slightly devalued, and now everyone misses everyone. But to love is different. I don't think people throw around such words, although there is a lot of talk about the fact that the phrase “I love you” has lost its original meaning. People forget that you can love more than once in your life, that everyone has this feeling individually. Admitting love is definitely more difficult than admitting longing for someone. But both are real, and periodically supported by practice.

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