My husband and I have had a very rocky relationship the past few years, this year it exploded. I take responsibility for my actions in the dissolution of our marriage, however he does not currently believe he has any fault.
We are going to counseling now (after I've been out of the house for 7 months) to work on things. However I'm still having a hard time feeling as though I really love him. I think I've always felt that love is a feeling not a conscience action.
I told our counselor I don't believe in unconditional love (lots of reasons why), that the only unconditional love is that of a mother to child (and not even in all cases) or my dog loves me unconditionally.
She told me that unconditional love is learned...still don't buy it.
What do you think of unconditional love - is it learned?
I mean absolutely no conditions; cheating, murder, stealing, divorce, do you/could you love your spouse unconditionally?
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