Robert Pattinson Defines Love: Live Your Own Lives, But Support Each Other

Mon, December 5, 2011 4:10pm EDT by 12 Comments
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Robert Pattinson even has a laid back attitude when it comes to falling in love. Do you think he’ll be with Kristen Stewart forever?

Robert Pattinson keeps winning us over more and more with his positive — and realistic — views on life. The 25-year-old actor recently chatted with the Brazilian magazine, Capricho, and explained how he defines being in love.

“I think it’s to be with someone and let that person to be herself,” Rob said. “Each one has to live their own lives, but with the support of the other person.”

He added, “And you need to be able to do what you want. This is one of the definitions of a couple in love, because love is about so many other things.”

Rob and Kristen, 21, have been dating since they fell in love during the first Twilight film in 2008 and we love how committed they’ve stayed to each other. For example, when Kristen is away shooting, she’ll go out with her friends — and Rob will do his own thing back in Los Angeles. We’re always impressed with how confident Rob and Kristen are with their relationship. They don’t get threatened by each other’s lives, which is apparently, how Rob defines love.

Do YOU think Rob and Kristen are Hollywood’s best couple?

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roxie

Posted at 10:45 AM on January 21, 2012  

I love how Robert defines Love “Each one has to live their own lives, but with the support of the other person.” it’s true. guys don’t forget that your partner has their own life as a person apart from sharing a life with you.

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christy frizell aka cfbieber

Posted at 12:48 PM on December 20, 2011  

i think they are a good couple

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Adelle

Posted at 12:04 PM on December 7, 2011  

That´s absolutely true. I don´t understand today´s people too.

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lala

Posted at 8:21 AM on December 6, 2011  

Age has nothing to do with defining Love..Rob stated exactly what makes a Relationship flourish..Respect , not trying to change the other person, acceptance , support and all the other things..but MOST importantly being there for each other whenever they need you..

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bea_spain

Posted at 6:26 AM on December 6, 2011  

He and Rob are the bets couple ever!! they are so adorable and honest!! i love them!

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BABYPINK

Posted at 4:46 AM on December 6, 2011  

this is why i don’t believe the cheating rumors.

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Kelley

Posted at 7:41 PM on December 5, 2011  

Rob and Kristen would be the cutest couples ever!!! I love them both soooo much!!! :D

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v.

Posted at 5:12 PM on December 5, 2011  

Robs definition of being in love is somewhat odd to me. Being in love to me, means not only supporting each other, but also respecting and being committed to each other. Committment keeps you from doing what you really want to do, otherwise you will lead two separate lives and spend very little time with other. I am by no means an expert or authority on relationships, but I have been happily married to same man for 25 years. I know that I am old fashioned, but if this works for them, good luck to them.

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Michele

Posted at 6:55 PM on December 5, 2011  

“Committment keeps you from doing what you really want to do”

Huh? Sorry, but if that’s commitment, then I don’t want it. What’s the point?”

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anonymous

Posted at 12:12 AM on December 6, 2011  

You don’t get it don’t you? What you said is similar to what he meant.. he just gave concrete examples..

From your statement: being in love is not only supporting each other, but also respecting and committed to each other

…”to be with someone and let that person to be herself”–do you think this is not respecting someone’s individuality and character? not only that, ACCEPTANCE of someone’s flaws can also be related to what he said.. he’s statement is an example how you would RESPECT your partner.

“Each one has to live their own lives, but with the support of the other person.”– isn’t it supporting someone is a sign of commitment? You can’t support someone if you’re not committed to be with her and in all of her endeavors, right? But wait, he always emphasize that each one has to live their own lives. It is like in loving someone, you have to leave something for loving yourself. That’s important for one’s individual growth in a relationship.

“And you need to be able to do what you want. This is one of the definitions of a couple in love, because love is about so many other things.”– in short, he doesn’t like possessiveness in love because he trusts. For him, if you really love that person, you don’t need to dictate to him or to her what he/she needs to do based on what you want. You’re not going to force that person to do something that is against her will.

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angel

Posted at 4:58 PM on December 5, 2011  

i love robsten am sure they will be together forever because they have that mature thinking …and they dont let stupid things come between them

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gbtw

Posted at 4:38 PM on December 5, 2011  

this is the ideal relationship for kids in their 20’s… i think it gets a little different with age and kids, even tho each person still needs to maintain their individuality.

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