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Does He/She Truly Love You?

You find yourself in a whirlwind romance.  You meet, you click in an awesome, most meaningful way. 

Before long, you’re spending every day and night together. That incredible feeling of “this is real Love” overcomes you and you feel swept away. The two of you move in together. Start planning a future together. A wedding. A future involving children.

Then reality starts to set in. 

You find yourselves at odds over silly little things. A pile of laundry on the floor in the bedroom. Dirty dishes left in the sink. He expects you to do the house cleaning. You want him to help. It’s a tug-of-war but one of you inevitably gives in. That acquiesce starts to breed resentment that turns into anger. Soon you’re arguing over who takes out the trash.

Love has spiraled downward from those blissful wonderful days that brought the two of you togther.

Before long, each of you want to go out with your own friends.

You come home very late. He comes home very late. The next thing you know, the two of you are arguing and fighting, accusing each other of going out and cheating.

Here’s where true faith and trust kicks in. If the two of you truly love each other, there’s enough confidence and commitment in the relationship you’ve come to share to prevent such accusations and feelings of mistrust.

It comes down to what true love is.

According to “True love involves forgiving each other because no one is perfect. It means letting go of unrealistic expectations and knowing that there will be times when your partner fails you or lets you down. And you’re going to do the same thing to them. There will be times when you’ll need to apologize. True love is willing not to keep count and working to move past the difficulties.”

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