Do you believe that unconditional love can exist between adult human beings?

@kevere26 (223)
United States
October 17, 2007 1:18am CST
Fact or fiction? Everyone's the expert here!
5 responses
@deserve40 (1643)
• India
17 Oct 07
Why not? In fact I feel that the real love is unconditional only may be an adult love or a youngser's love. Love is not just getting something. It is about giving something to your loved ones and in turn getting your inner happiness that you have done something good for your loved ones. That is real love.
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@kevere26 (223)
• United States
18 Oct 07
What you've said is so true. It reminds me of the concept of self-esteem and how we derive it from doing something for others instead of ourselves.
@Kosani (74)
• United States
17 Oct 07
It can if both of the adult human beings pulled all the skeletons out of their closets, and fully love and accept themselves. Then they'll have nothing to fight.
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@kevere26 (223)
• United States
18 Oct 07
I agree. Loving and accepting yourself is the key to any successful relationship.
@empire (86)
• Nepal
17 Oct 07
Ofcourse I beleive that a love can exists between humanbeings.Love is such a power which can change the world.
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@kevere26 (223)
• United States
17 Oct 07
Yes, it's the most important force on the planet.
@huilee (1010)
• Singapore
17 Oct 07
I used to think so... But now... I guess im having doubts... I have never met anyone who's so nice and true to me, till i met my current bf... He was the best thingy that happened to me. Until recently, i find that, its might not reli be the fact... I dunno and im reli upset... it seems that... Noone's perfect... In fact, everyone's very selfish... I guess i am too...
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@kevere26 (223)
• United States
17 Oct 07
You sound like your heart is hurting. Yes, I've never met a perfect human being and people can certainly be selfish. I hope that whatever it is that's troubling you will work out to a positive resolution.
• Canada
17 Oct 07
In my opinion (!) unconditional love only exists between parent and child. In general, other relationships have conditions .... the only possible exception may be girlfriends!!! I love my girlfriends (won't say how many decades we have been friends) and I can't think of anything they could/would do that would change our friendship. I support them always .... I will always love them! I also have "guy" friends/colleague (one in particular) that I believe we have an unconditional love/friendship relationship. It is the one thing that helps me through losing both my parents.
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@kevere26 (223)
• United States
17 Oct 07
Yes, I feel unconditional love for my daughter. I'm not certain if she feels the same way though (: I think it's easier to experience unconditional love between friends Like you said - other types of relationships do have their conditions. I'm really fortunate to have unconditional loving friendships with 4 people. These friendships sure are hard to find. So glad to know we both share these priceless gifts!