If you love somebody, would you reach a point where you'd let them go
My concern is for their happiness, totally and without question. Yes, I would let them go unconditionally. An unselfish love is one that puts the needs of the loved one before your own.
I have been there, done it and worn the t shirt. The greatest love of all is to self sacrifice.
No, Never, its torture............some say, if u lov tem u got to let them go............. :-( i dont think so........its most disturbing..) I dont know where that piont is in my life..............i rather die...
yes, it happens sometimes you feel and try hard to stop them but finally says leave it.
There is no point in loving someone and leaving him/her when either of you in trouble..the best to do is..fight it out...
Well if there is no balance there or if being in the relationship is detrimental to you, that would call to let anybody go. Whether you're in an intimate relationship or not!
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