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How Unconditional Love Ruins Romantic Relationships

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  1. AMEN! I have long believed that we, being flawed human beings, are incapable of unconditional love. Nice to read articulate reasoning that supports that! Only Jesus / God is able to love unconditionally.

  2. After 2 failed marriages I learned not to expect in my relationship. I learned to accept the problems that come along as issues to learn from and deal with. I do admit my husband of 30 years is not perfect and we have had many arguements but the biggest revelation for me has been learning I’m not always right either and sometimes you have to agree to disagree. At this point in our relationship i can truely say without a doubt no matter what he does i will always love him . To me that’s unconditional and I know the difference because I have children who are my world. Husband included I would die for any of them in a heartbeat. I would work through any issue. But dont tell him this 😉

 

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