ANSWERS: 34
  • Great question. As much as I would like to say yes, I will have to say no. Even if two people love each other deeply, sometimes a relationship just won't work. Both people have to be committed to make things work; they both have to be willing to talk and work out potential problems. You can love someone with all your heart but sometimes be too stubborn to get through problems that may arise.
  • no, there's only so much a person (or two) can take. no matter how deep the love. sometimes love isn't strong enough and it's just time to move on.
  • yes. Love conquers all.
  • if they will work on it togeather
  • Yes. I furthermore believe that two people who don't love each other can as well if they are committed to doing so. This is the kind of woman I wish to marry.
  • No to me thats sentimental clap trap. There are clearly many things that just "love" whatever tha means wont fix. most financial problems are usually insurmontable despite claims of complete devotion between couples. So no i dont think its true. There are plenty of other examples that cant be fixed either.
  • i dont think theyll be able to get through a very think wall.. nah... yeh i think so..
  • Yes,if the communication is healthy,the personal boundaries are accepted by both people,and the basic understanding of the others needs/feelings are met. Love can only do so much,like faith,love without work isn't worth much.
  • Absolutely!!
  • yeah...
  • Not anything. That no one can do singly or together. But most reasonable things can be done in a better way by two in love together better than when done singly.
  • Yes, if it is true love
  • Theoretically yes, however, the problem is that usually one of them thinks that the other person doesn't love them as much as they do (because they have done something wrong by them)...and that's where it all "may" fall apart.
  • I'd really like to believe it!! But reality is a lot more cruel.
  • if its true, then absolutely..
  • No. Love is a wonderful thing, but it is not a cure-all. Humans are not perfect. You can love someone with all your heart and soul, but circumstances make it impossible to get through things together. Mental illness is a big one. A person can love, but the mental illness makes it so that love is not enough, and the illness itself tears the relationship apart. Some disabilities can do it as well. When you bear the burden of complete care for your loved one, with no hope of that changing, it can be too much, and you have to stop. Usually that means putting them in a care home. The love is there, but it is not enough.
  • They may not get through with each situation. But they will be with each other at good and bad times..
  • yeah...it is possible...I've seen many examples...but sometimes you feel obligated end up giving in to the circumstances to maintain peace....
  • Yes, I beleive so, but it also depends on what you call true love. to me true love includes honesty, understanding, commitment and giving space to each other:)
  • I will agree if you add the word ALMOST anything. Otherwise it would be good to be true, but not realistic.
  • I think so. I think that there are a whole list of scenarios that can put massive amounts of strain on the relationship, but if you really love someone that much, you can get through anything. The biggest tension creator is distance though. I think that's the one thing that REALLY puts love to the test. Not just because you don't get to see each other for so long, but because of how big small problems become, just because you can't solve it face to face, with the contact you need to get over problems.
  • no i dont. some things a couple cant get through no matter how much the love. best example is kids and whether or not to have them. there simply is no compromise on that one. you cant have half a baby... and the couple may love each other passionately and have the best relationship ever, but if they disagree on that one point, there's not a lot either of them can do.
  • No. It takes more than love to be happy.
  • Not anything, maybe almost anything.
  • Yup, sure do.
  • In a perfect world, yes.
  • It can be done if you both work on your own problems and do not point out each others faults. You have to know that each of you are responsible for what you do and know that evrything is not about you when it comes to the other person.
  • Yes, I've always believed in this thought and I always will!
  • No. Two people are different, and what one can handle, sometimes the other just can't.
  • Perhaps most things, but so help me if my boyfriend ever leaves the toilet seat up... =P
  • absolutely. unless we are talking about say woody allen. if anything like that happened, it would be through or if i had kids and they were abused in some way.
  • Yes, if they both each love each other and are determined to work through it as long as they aren't deliberately hurting other people and causing regrets and anger behind them.

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