Are we all loved well or does one mistake bury all goodness of so many years; here is what online users feel : The Tribune India

Are we all loved well or does one mistake bury all goodness of so many years; here is what online users feel

Are we all loved well or does one mistake bury all goodness of so many years; here is what online users feel

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Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, March 18

Are we all loved well? It’s a fact that people grow when they are loved well. It goes without saying that if you want to help someone heal, love them without any motive.

It’s challenging to keep a healthy relationship with your partner and it needs a lot of effort to maintain it. One mistake buries all your goodness of so many years.

Twitter has been buzzing after a user asked his followers to share their opinion on relationships, resulting in a plethora of diverse responses.

@_AyandaB, sparked a conversation, “If you’re dating someone and they sleep with someone else they did not cheat on you, they just slept with someone else, cheating is for married people.”

Others argued that partners do not need to constantly validate and reassure each other. Some even claimed that unconditional love is nothing more than a fairy tale, and that love and infatuation are often confused.

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