Every woman deserves a man who will proudly praise her in front of other women, not the one who praises other women in front of her. It is very disrespectful when the man you are with won't even acknowledge you.
He doesn't love you the way he claims he does. His actions are telling you all you need to know about his kind of love. He wants to have his fun and be there only when it's convenient for him.
That's the type of love he offers. Menu love is distant and rarely does it treat you right. It only wants a piece of you and not all of you.
A piece is enough for him to string you along without being fully committed.
Menu love allows enough room to make it feel like a relationship but distant enough to allow him to walk away claiming it was never anything serious.
Unlike menu love who only appreciates a piece of you, unconditional love appreciates all of you. Everything the last one took for granted, the one that loves you unconditonally will appreciate.
Unconditional love does not hurt, it helps you heal and brings out the best in you. Unconditional love is sacrificial and limitless. It allows you the freedom to be yourself.
Men who eat off the menu rarely eat at the same place forever. Men don't neglect who they see a future with. If he's not making time and effort without you having to ask, he's not that into you.
Don't make excuses for him. It's better to face the truth early on than to waste your time dealing with a man you already knew wasn't for you. Menu love will always drain your joy.
"True love" is synonymous with unconditional love. You'll know you have unconditional love for another person when you don't judge that person for his or her faults, and when you feel and express empathy when they've had a bad day.
You accept your partner when he or she is at their worst, and enjoy them when they're at their best. This is one of those bits of advice that are offered when you're trying to decide if the person you're with is the person to marry. If they've seen you at your worst and they're still in love with you, that one's a keeper.
Passion is conditional love. This is why, when the passion runs out, sometimes hatred takes its place. Both are incredibly strong emotions, and when someone we're passionate about does something to hurt us or otherwise change our opinion of them, that passion can turn to hatred.
This is why passion and hatred are both sides of the coin that is conditional love, and this is why neither emotion can nor should be present in a mature, long-lasting relationship.
Unconditional love is meant to overlook the little annoyances in a relationship, like eating the last donut and leaving the empty box on the counter or forgetting to put the toilet seat down.
Unconditional love is not meant to forgive your partner being physically, emotionally, or verbally abusive toward you. If you are in an abusive relationship, it is important that you get help and get out.