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it wouldn't be stable in my opinion unless love as if in brother-sister relationship is meant.
it depends on who is involved: age, gender, education, religion,
well....it depends on individual as well...
some were brought up in a more conservative family, while others are more open minded.
Love must be true and sincere from both parties mutual understanding...which needs commitment and TRUST!
if it's just sex without love...then it will be without commitment, but only THRUST!
It all comes down to what the people involved (expect) from the relationship. When people aren't getting what they expected in a relationship they become unhappy. Unhappiness never leads to stability.
Depends on what sort of love you are talking about, there are many different kind of love out there
Sex without love is never stable. And I think love without sex only is if for one reason or another one of the parties is unable to perform, but intimacy and compassion are still vital
Thanks All for your oponion. I have a answer for this:
When you young , sex is important than love and compromise with both is stability of relationship.
When you old, Love is important than sex and compromise with both is stability of relationship.
Anything is stable if you can cope with it. The question is how do you react with the situation. Most likely people do better in love with sex. However, once the partner they love is gone, they go nuts and can become dangerous. If their partner dies in a car crash, they could fight against and despise drunks. If their partner dies in a drive by shooting, they could join the police and fight against crime. It depends on how they react.
When there is sex without love, someone can live that way for the rest of their life. They could remain depressed, lonely, and never have satisfaction in being with someone. Then once they do meet someone they like, they might be frightened of committment, or being loved, or having someone that close to them.
Either way, there are plenty of problems that could occur in either situation. But which situation would you rather be in? Having sex with someone that you love or having sex with someone you don't love...
It could be if the woman already had her menopause and the man already had his andropose
We see many seniors out there still holding hands and sticking together even they are old.
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