I agree, love doesn't HAVE to hurt....but it's very unlikely. For two people, to have a deep relationship and not once in their life, hurt each other (for the most minor thing or for a grander, deeper cut) is quite unlikely. From a simple lie to a disagreement. Sometimes becuase you love that person so much you can be critical about what they do and how they act. It's like never making a mistake in your life, it's highly unlikely. Which two people in love never had an arguement? If they don't, they either are experiencing a true true love that only few experience, OR they simply don't know each other enough. And simply because two people in love argue or hurt each other (intentionally or not) doesn't always mean they love the person any less or that "they weren't meant to be". To point out a persons faults (ie: they're hurting other peoples feelings, or something bigger) is not an easy thing to do, and it's most painful and often most truthful comming from a friend....or a lover.Quote:
Originally Posted by mamimi_rue
Hurting doesn't have to come from the end of a relationship, it can happen during but in the end it simply makes the true love stronger.
Wow and to say "there are so many idiots *cough*chicks*cough* out there" I wonder what your definition of "chicks" are.