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Do you believe true love exists still?

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Last Updated: 02/22/2022 at 5:16am
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May 29th, 2018 10:42am
Yes I do believe so but it varies from person to person. If you find a person that makes you feel all those nice, gooey, cringe feelings; then that's love. And if those feelings have never been felt (to that extent) then maybe it's true love. Up to you really
September 7th, 2021 6:00am
Yes, I do believe that true love still exists. There's love and there's that one true love. That one person you won't stop loving even if it's over. Sometimes, you just love someone so much it's nothing like you've ever felt before. But also note that each love is a different kind of love. It may not be the same but we can't love everyone the same because each time we fall in love we learn something good. True love exists but not everyone finds it. So you can hope to find true love but don't wait on it. Sometimes, all you need is someone who loves you as you love them. Good luck on your journey of love.
October 25th, 2021 5:07am
Yes, I do. Even though I broke up a long time, I still believe true love exists no matter what is happening. Among seven billion people living on the Earth, I am pretty sure a person is matching with me. They are waiting for me to come closer to them. Surely, I will be loved, taken care of, understood by them. I am not alone. They always hold my hands tightly no matter how hard this life is. I believe each of us is worth being loved no matter who we are, where we come from. I strongly believe it.
February 22nd, 2022 5:16am
I personally don't think something like "love" needs such a connotation as being "true." There is simply love for me and I strongly believe that it exists everywhere around us. If there's something/someone, that questions you the validity of love, I wouldn't really call it love. However, that being said, our feelings are still very much valid and there isn't a criterion for something to be referred to as "love." Love is love, whatever it means for you. I hope you get to experience love in this life, which makes you feel that it exists. And the truest form of it is just love :)