What a cynical lot you are....(smile)
Seriously tho' I think love that is NOT unconditional is NOT love at all.
The problem is that we debase the word love, by using it to describe all kinds of relationships that are in fact, conditional.
Actually, I think 'transactional' would be the better description, because it conveys the element of 'give and get', without which many relationships would crumble and fail. ie: "You fulfil my needs, and I'll fulfil yours."
Unfortunately, the cold-hearted, the cynics, the rationalists and the envious among us have allowed the open expression of truly unconditional love - that which is given and received irrespective of the ever-changing circumstances and balance of a relationship, as in for example, a long-term marriage - to be dismissed and denigrated as 'co-dependence'.
Fortunately, there's an equally dismissive catch-all term for those who hide behind that term, when in reality they lack the courage to find out whether they could themselves sustain a relationship based on unconditional love - the 'commitment-phobe.'
But it's all been said before anyway...
"It is better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved"