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“To love someone, you have to give up something.” It’ll be sung about in power ballads, embroidered on throw pillows, and written about on Pinterest.
Here’s one point of view: Love necessitates sacrifice on occasion. In general, though, love is more of a compromise than a sacrifice. It makes no difference how compatible two people are or how much they share; they will never always agree. Even if they agree 99.9% of the time, there will always be disagreements. Life does not always go as expected. Things occur that you have no control over. If you disagree or reach a cosmic speed bump, you’ll have to make concessions and compromises. Without a doubt, this is true at times. If your partner’s parent becomes unwell, he or she may choose to live with you or return home to care for them. While it may be a difficult sacrifice for you to make, it will be beneficial to both you and your partner.
Love, on the other hand, does not necessarily necessitate payment. You have the right to say no or even walk away if your partner’s actions suggest that you should jeopardize your mental health, emotional well-being, integrity, or safety.

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