Love Vs. In Love (Specific)

Being “In Love” with you means that I can fall out of love with you. In love is a state of mind. It’s not true feelings. I can grow impatient and sick of your ways, resulting in me wanting something new. Then there is you, who I simply love. The guy who will push my buttons, aggravate me and who I’ll have serious conflict with – but at the end of the day, I still love you. Its like an argument with my sibling, parents – you are someone I genuinely, unconditionally love. No heated exchange or conflict is going to alter my deepest feelings. Maybe in a moment I’m dissatisfied with you, but that love remains. With the idea of love, I can be in and fall out of — but once I really do love, I always will.

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