Would you give up the things u love for a loved one?

@pcruz77 (452)
Guam
August 12, 2006 1:00am CST
Would you do it for love?
10 responses
@amiksinha (1961)
• India
28 Sep 06
undoubtly yes
@ebberts (786)
• United States
13 Aug 06
When you really love someone, the sacrifices you make for them, aren't a second thought.
@rherdey (966)
• United States
13 Aug 06
Yep sure would and did for 4 years gave up all my life and most of things we had to take care of my husband...was tough but when you love someone and deep love you will die for them ....he felt the same...and he did die not because of this medical reasons...i would do it again any time...now i have my life with great memories of him that will be with me forever and was able to live a life to my fullest with him and with our love
• United States
13 Aug 06
I would give up almost anything for the love of my daughter,Mother. For the love of another Not in a million years. Your family is yours for life. Some of them you love and hate. There is no changing that.
@asa010 (1129)
• India
12 Aug 06
well u talk of love..then giving up things for your partner.well why give up if its a good habit,incase its bad we must be more than willing to leave it as its for our best. good or bad life comes with a set of compramises,at times with no options..if anything would hurt my partner i will preffer not doing it ,unless got no option.
@jmebud (13)
• United States
12 Aug 06
I have given up the things I love for a loved one and in doing that I gave up me. That loved one is now gone and I have spent the last few years tring to find myself. I often wonder if I would do it all again ... you know ... for love.
@rizwan09 (743)
• India
12 Aug 06
love is a gift to every individual in this world... and for this cherished gift i will give up the things which i love for my loved ones... to make/see ur partner happy we can give up things which we love and more over in love he/she will become blind.......
• United States
12 Aug 06
Yes i would love is a gift the most important gift if you ask me . Not a single person can be without a gift of love . I would leave this world if it ment my loved one would be happier.
@rainbow (6763)
12 Aug 06
My sons biological father wanted us back after 2 years with no contact, much as I had loved him he had left us for another woman. My new partner make life far safer and better for my children. I would have had nowhere to go, no money and 2 kids so I stayed at home and carried on with my new life, it was the best thing I ever did. My ex's life is still in turmoil. Material things are easy to give away but safety, happiness and unconditional love are not. Sometimes you have to look at what's best in the long term although its not easy.
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
12 Aug 06
It is easy to say than done. One should not get into tragic history (Tajmahal) by giving up the things you love for loved ones. Love really does not cherish if it is based on satisfying the felt needs. Lover or loved will not ask for each other to give up things. It is just done at the right time, right place and time and of course to the right person.