True love is some-thing we need to nuture,cherish and hold on too as much as we can. So often it gets away on us and then it is too late.
true love is when you meet someone that you can't stop thinking about. someone who not only accepts and embraces you for you, but in return you do the same. after all, no relationship is ever perfect. however, when you love someone, you can't just love the parts that you like about them, but you have to love their faults and things you don't like about them too. that's what true love really is...at least to me.
I got this from my favorite author and mentor.
True love is when you still choose to love even after you fall out of love.
Love is any of a number of emotions related to a sense of strong affection.
True love is changing 3 nappies every 2 hours for three little tackers who have very upset tummies!
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by Air McNair6 years ago
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