The romantics in your life—in the movies, in relationships, and those screaming about love from their corners of the internet might put up a good fight. But what is the deal? Is love enough to keep a relationship alive and well? I suppose it all comes down to the individuals at hand, and you GR8 lovers, are those individuals. We want to know what you think: Is love enough?
Is Love All You Need?
What is the secret sauce to a lasting relationship, and does the strength of love trump all in determining whether or not a relationship will make it through the trenches? What are the stipulations, and how far do they go? Can a relationship technically last, but quality and intimacy suffer? What other factors like familial, work and other environmental components threaten love, even if it is initially enough? At what point does the love itself suffer?
When Love Isn’t Enough
Common breaking points that threaten love’s case for being all that matters are timing, familial differences, loving someone who needs clinical help, isn’t compatible, or; someone who isn’t right for you.
Despite love not always being enough, what are the instances to consider where a relationship could not have survived with love, and how big a role did it play? It’s possible to imagine that love could have enough impact to evolve a situation.