Do you think Love is ain't enough?

@n30wing (4768)
March 16, 2009 9:48pm CST
Well I have a friend, who broke up with her boyfriend, but even though she love him so much she just let it go. I told her it was kind a harsh and hard sacrificing your feelings. She answered me with his not worth it, and it's not a healthy relationship anymore between us. Loving a person is not enough, I was so surprise after 3 years of being with his bf, imagine that loving him is not a reason to stay in a relationship no matter how fulfilling it is. She just decided to endure the pain of not having him than the pain of being with someone who is in adequate for her. D o you think that love is ain't enough to sustain a relationship? Have a nice day to all of you!
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• United States
17 Mar 09
sometimes love is not enough no matter how strong that love is. i was in a relationship to where i loved the person very much and i stayed for a long time and tried so hard to keep it going but it just couldnt be done. he loved me too and i know he did but he also couldnt stay out of trouble. he also couldnt seem to hold a job for a long time. i had a little girl that i had to think of and what was best for her. he always promissed to do us right but it just never seemed to happen and when i looked at my little girl i knew she deserved more. i met a man that i fell in love with and we have been together for 13 years now. i dont regret it at all. i love my husband with all my heart and would never trade him. also he loves me. he also provides other things i think are important he respects me enough to do the right things and put us before him.
@Aurone (4757)
• United States
17 Mar 09
As much as I would like to say love is enough, sometimes it isn't. Especially if they don't love you. I loved my ex-husband with everything I had, my whole heart, and did everything I could for him. And he walked out on me after we had been married for 3.5 years and had been together almost 5. So in that case, I guess love wasn't enough. There was something else he needed that either he didn't ask for or I was unable to give.