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Do you think it's possible to "love" someone but not like being around them?


In a perfect world the person you are in love with is also someone you really like being around and having conversations with. Many people are truly blessed to have marriages and/or family ties like this. What do you think about those that say they love someone, but they just don't get along and fight all the time? This applies to marriages, significant others, and even family members. Can you love someone and don't like them or being around them? Is "love" and "like" the same thing? If you don't "like" someone, is it possible to "love" them?

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Gable Rhoads (Gcrhoads64) says

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    Efficient Admin 3 years ago

    Yes I guess love means not hurting someone and being there for them even if you don't like being around them.

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Dan Barfield says

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    Efficient Admin 3 years ago

    I agree, if you don't like spending time with your significant other, then what's the point. Thanks for sharing.

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