I think a solid relationship can be built if the love is unconditional. So I think it is untrue. If there is unconditional love from both sides, then the relationship is too.
Again...I guess you didn't go deep enough to understand the complications that might come in a relationship once it grows old...
I don't think you could do it the unconditional way... Sooner or later, they might appear out of nowhere....
i wish i could say love is unconditional but to me it's not. yes, it would be extremely hard for me to stop loving my kids but if they ended up being child killers or mass murderers it would end. as for relationships, if anything, they are completely conditional.
Perfect love is unconditional. However as a friend of mine used to say, "Nothing is perfect".
I say true, love is unconditional but relationships are not. For example, I love my oldest daughter and I will always love her, no matter what she does, no matter what crimes she might commit. She could, abuse drugs, sell her body, steal, torture, molest little children, even kill them, no matter how horrible a monster she was, I would still love her and feel the need to protect her. But that love doesn't mean I have to associate with her. Our relationship has devolved into a few texts a week and the less I see of her, the happier we both are.
If she wants to find her way back into my good graces, she will have to make some significant changes in her life, because I don't approve of the way she is living at this time. I'm not a narrow minded person, but her current lifestyle choices which put my grandson at risk, are just not acceptable.
Perhaps you did the job for me.... Hence Proved the saying !!
I could sense where HP (Hub Pages) name came from... You seem different.
Now love is one type of emotional blackmail.Spl the family.I have prove it.But if you really love someone,& other also to u,then without seeing each other for a long time.But both will love each other till the death.I believe that"True love is something which nobody can explain,it is made up of deep devotion,sacrifice with pain".And in family it is totally opposite.I have listen a story that "if a new born baby didn't cry for milk,till then mother will not give him milk".I thought it was a simple story,but when step by step i grow up,i have seen that that was not a story but it is real.Now i am 39 & for last 21yrs i have seen this in my family member.In the age of 21 i opend a H.M.Collage ,with my own hard earn money which i earned,while working in Taj Goa.We are a middle class family.When i realised that my collage will be established very soon,then i give 50% share to my mother.My twin brother went abrod for job.After 1yr he was infected by HapatiseB jarm,so he was unable to return back.He started scerching jobs in India,after few months he was fastrated,so i call him to my house and i divited our share in three equal parts(33.3).After i established my bussines(two collage-SIHM &TSRDAM).I build house a big house,2cars,all luxaries for my parents(baba,ma,bhai & sister).After that i bulid my house,and give every thing to my wife & son.But after 16yrs i found.now they all want to grab the bussiness fully.For that they are going down & started doing mental tarture.So i belive that a girl can love u really ,not the family members
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