50:50 Love?

RJ-Cool

"Expect the unexpected"
#1
Say, you're in a relationship, you love your partner and your partner loves you. Okay, since we've established the fact that love exists in the relationship........

Does it matter who loves the most?

Should love be 50:50 (equally shared) in a relationship?

If love is not equally shared (50:50), does that mean that the relationship will suffer/not work?
 
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Kibi

Babeasaurus Sex
#3
Love should be 100% / 100%. When you're in a relationship the both of you should put your all into it, not half, less or mot.
This.

Also how on earth do you calculate whether someone loves you the exact amount you love them!?

Love is a feeling. It can not be measured or distributed equally.
 

ThaiTeaGal

Registered Member
#4
There shouldn't be a scale or rating of how much you love each other in a relationship. A partner shouldn't wonder or question if their partner loves him/her just as equally. If both partners love each other, then there should be no doubt in the back of your mind that your partner loves you. Love will come naturally. You will know when you are with the right partner.
 

BigBob

Registered Member
#5
Sometimes one person does love the other person more. One may love you enough to never leave you no matter how bad things get, and one may love you enough that as long as it's not too bad.. they'll always be there, but if it gets bad (financially speaking) then they're gone.

That's just one example.