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Post Reply Is there a limit in how far you will go for someone you love?
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Posted 7/8/13 , edited 7/8/13
I've done some crazy stuff for my boyfriend to at least fix things between us or to make sure he isn't down from being sick and etc. Then again I've done these things because he has done a lot for me as well that many wouldn't even think of doing.
I guess if you love that person enough you would eventually do something, but that person must be worth it.
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Posted 7/8/13
Very Very true
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Posted 7/8/13
If you have to go exceptionally far out of your normal pattern of behaviour to get someone to love you, then they don't love you.

Obviously them not loving you might not be your concern, you may be happy with them loving the person they think you are and the person you would become from this activity if extended.

I'd happily travel around the world for the right person.

I'd happily burn the world to ashe for the right person, but that's not because I'm going the too far for their love, that's because I suffer mild psychosis.
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Posted 7/8/13
If you make me watch Twilight the relationship is over, end of story
Posted 7/8/13
No one asks me to do anything for them, i'm always their last resort lol. [probably because im not really close to anyone]

When they do ask me to do something for them, they are pleasantly surprised that i do it.

Just wish they wouldn't go on about it like it's a big deal, i just want to forget about it all together afterwards.
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Posted 7/8/13
Yes
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Posted 7/13/13
Depends how selfish you are.
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18 / F / Fortree City, Hoenn
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Posted 7/13/13 , edited 7/13/13
Yes and no.
The love should be really genuine and unconditional.

But nowadays, too many girls rush into relationships because of the fear of being single, then start making compromises and losing their identity. Don't do that.
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25 / M / California
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Yes. Rare are the times I seriously thought that I would be able to put my life and well-being on the line for someone, and then I would feel stupid about thinking that way and go back to being selfish a few days later.

Maybe if I'm not sober, I would be able to give everything. But as my sober self, I am selfish at best.
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28 / F / georgia, usa
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Posted 7/13/13
i believe the line is drawn when a person you love asks you or expects you to do something that they know goes against you morals or beliefs or such. i love my husband with all my heart but if he asked me to do something like to turn my back on my family for him or my closest friends he knows thats the point in which i will look at him and tell him he needs to leave. but when some one loves you they respect your boundaries and never ask more of you then they know you can give.
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