What is “True Love”?

The ability to care unconditionally

This is both physically and emotionally.  To offer support and help in any circumstances– good or bad. True love means that you won’t withdraw from a person when they are going through a tough time.


We all have flaws. True love means that you fully accept a person for who he or she really is, and not trying to change or turn them into a different person. It means appreciating and adoring all of their imperfection

Being Yourself Around That Person

  Having the ability to express yourself to your partner is true love. Not feeling awkward and uncomfortable. To talk and discuss just anything with this person. You can dance, and do silly things without having fear. You don’t have to pretend to be someone you’re not, or feigning passions or interests. True love is having the willingness to be vulnerable and open towards each other.


This is extremely important. Everyone is different. No two similar person on earth will share the same exact interest, passion, and personality as yours. Having the ability to respect each other differences, point of view and being able to resolve disagreements and conflicts constructively is true love. There should be high levels of compassion, kindness, and respect.

Having similar values 

To experience “true love,” your values and morals should correspond with each other. This means being on the same level to distinguish wrong from right.


Working together as a team to make each other’s life better. This means thinking in terms of  “us” instead of “me.”