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Unconditional love?
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Posted 12/10/11

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You meet this beautiful person, get to know them, fall in love, marry, have lovely babies and live happily ever after. Everything has supposedly gone perfectly; but what if this person was butt ugly and you never felt attracted in the first place? Would you simply find another person and live happily ever after with them?


That doesn't make sense... or maybe I'm misinterpreting it wrong? Any who, I was thinking what kippu wrote. Unconditional love is loving someone regardless of what they or the world considers a flaw, whether it be mannerisms, beliefs, or something that's physical or emotional (ex. self-esteem).


That was a hypothetical situation, not related directly to unconditional love. man I lost my point I meant - in the simplest of terms - that if you found a more appealing person, you'd fall for them and ditch the first. Natural selection?
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Posted 12/10/11
Simple attraction is often the beginning of love, but then you get to know the person better and build a base. Unconditional love exists because there are so many other things that define a person, not just their flaws.
Posted 12/22/11
Use hair conditioner for that.
Posted 12/31/11
Don't fall for it. It's too iffy.
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Posted 1/18/12
im pretty sure its there good looks or not appearance isnt everything
Posted 1/18/12
Everyone has a bad side :/ And you should love someone for who they are.
You won't see their flaws at first, but later you'll see it and when the feelings grows, you'll soon will accept them.
Posted 1/18/12
I would say that it MAYBE can exist between a parent and child, but it might not exist between a romantic couple. Think about it...if you love someone, and they completely and continuously reject you and walk all over you (or even just treat you crappily, and not love you in turn), are you going to keep loving that person no matter what? I would say that if you do, it MIGHT be obsession more than love.

That said, there does exist unbalanced love, where one partner continues unabashed affection with only the tiniest of encouragement, but I'm not sure that love exists with absolutely NO return whatsoever.
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Posted 1/24/12
dude i feel some of u all dont understand unconditional love. it is loving someone all the time even though they may do things or stuff may happen that is unavoidable or regrettable. i dont feel unconditional love really exists. i feel there is different degrees of love but in the end it depends on the amount of stuff that happen before u stop lovin that person
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Posted 1/24/12
When you really love someone , you don't care about their flaws.
Posted 1/24/12
Unconditional love does exist. I love my mom and brothers unconditionally no matter what they do or if they hurt me I will always forgive them and i cry of happiness when they forgive me.

It has happened, there's been some horrible fights in my family but our love always brought us back together.

As for friends, if they do something horrible to me I would never forgive them and it would be impossible to be the same way as before. As for guys, no second chances for guys. I might fall in love but as soon as they do something I don't like my love is completely gone.

I say this from experience.
Posted 1/24/12
Such love does exist, it's just a lot harder to find in this day and age.
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Posted 2/10/12
Yes, but still, you gotta have room for improvement. And yes, you can fall in love without any reason, because DUH! reason flies out the window when you love someone.
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Posted 2/10/12 , edited 2/10/12
It definitely exists because I have felt that for one person in my life. And despite all their flaws and the fact that they make me want to kill them sometimes there is nothing they could do that could make me stop loving them. Im just saying it really is possible to love someone that hurts you, or does not reciprocate your feelings. I see it all the time. Love is complicated.
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Posted 2/10/12
The only person I love unconditionally is my child. Even if she grew to be a terrible person, I would still love her. She could be someone with whom I would choose to not have a relationship, but I would love her, unconditionally, to the core of my being, until the end of time. I've never known anything like it.

I do believe the way one feels about someone can effect how attractive they are. I was in middle school, & there was this girl who I thought was terribly unappealing...at first. I don't remember how it happened, but we started hanging out; then hanging tight. I remember the first time I suddenly thought, "Wow! She's looks pretty." She still had the same features I originally found unattractive. I mean, she hadn't changed; just how I felt about her. That's when I learned that, for me at least, how I feel about someone plays a role in how physically attractive I find them to be. The opposite has happened, as well. Actually, it happened with the same girl now that I think about it! lol She ended up spreading a terrible rumor about me (she didn't like the fact that the boy she liked was a good friend of mine). She was such a skank, & in the end, she damn sure looked like one.
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Posted 2/10/12
Unconditional love exists outside of the whole " Boyfriend/Husband " Spectrum. Unconditional love is usually your children, brother/sister, Sometimes your mother, if she hasnt just been horrible to you since birth

but I do beleive wives that has been physically abused by their husbands and don't report it know the real definition of unconditional love, even though it's been strucken by fear.
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